Sunday, 16 August 2015

Never Succumb to the Dark forces.

If I will be a novelist in a day, I will make a book and entitle it "Never Succumb to the Dark Forces". Being a book writer is one of my dreams but I guess, it will take time for me to finish a book because of my laziness. Going back to my future novel, "dark forces" are being represented by bad effects of social media. My book will focus more on ways on how to avoid losing one's identity because of what one is badly seeing online.
 Kids, nowadays, depend much on what they are seeing on the website. They keep on idolizing to the point of self-destruction and self-mutilation. They are having a hard time discerning their capabilities, thus, giving them few chances to become outstanding. Also, "dark forces" will not be wiped out of the way if the parents will be supportive of their offsprings. Parents should divert their kids to more productive activities so as they will excel more and discover their true identities.
Details - Cap (New Era Ph), Shirt and Pants (Uniqlo Ph) and Shoes (Milanos Shoes)
It is never wrong to look up to some worthy people, but know how to filter everything. Being succumbed to dark forces depend on you if you will let it in or not. Always ask for your parents' advice if needed, consult someone who is capable on the field you want to explore or research more. Finally, know yourself first and you will never be wrong from there.

P.S. Sorry for the quality of the photos, it was very dark when we shot this and my camera did not cooperate that time. Please bear with it. :)

Photos by Rudz Lopez

8 comments:

  1. You just reminded me of the two girls who almost killed a friend because "slender man" made them do it. It's a scary world we have right now.

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  2. I think kids should be thought to take more ownership in their actions and be more responsible.

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  3. Like you I also want to be an author someday. But I don't know yet what I'm going to write about. You're right about kids these days. Parents should me more vigilant in educating them about these dangers.

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  4. I once wrote a long post on the effec on social media on the young and its seems the negative is overshading the positive. Kids have been deprive proper upbringing. Parents are way too busy chasing money while thier children ruin around,

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  5. I also want to be a book author someday. Seeing my pals succeed in their respective field, it gives me motivation to be successful in my future. Parents always think of there kids safety.

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  6. You had me at "idolizing to the point of self-destruction and self-mutilation." That is very true especially among Justin Bieber fans.

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  7. I really do worry about kids being on social media. My son is now nine, and has started asking about having a Facebook account. I refuse to give in. I don't think he is old enough, or mature enough to handle some of the content there. Better to be safe than sorry.

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  8. I think the darkness and gloominess lent a little character to your photos! Suits the mood of your post this day.

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