Goddess Sun Reality


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5 Powerful Insights from Power Ranger Punks

“Power Ranger Punks” is episode 12 of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers season one. Rita’s minion, Baboo, (who is somewhat a mixture between a vampire and a monkey?) decides to try out his plan to destroy the Rangers.

The Rangers play sand volleyball at a park while Baboo rides the 1800’s bike down to Earth. A prime example of our villains’ incompetence is the fact that they get to Earth from space by means of an 1800’s bicycle. I’m referring to the bikes with ginormous front wheels and tiny back wheels. It wasn’t even an effective means of transportation on dirt roads. Why are these evil doers using it for space travel?

None of my business. Do your thing, Rita.

Here are 5 major life lessons from “Power Ranger Punks,” episode 12:

1 – Compensate for a lack of fighting skills with brainpower.

Baboo is apparently not a great fighter, so he brings a new method to the table. Instead of sending a monster, he uses his intelligence (that might be a stretch) to take a shot at the rangers.

The lesson here is to use what you have. If you’re smart, use it. If you’re a good fighter, use it. What you have inside of you is plenty good enough. You just have to find ways to utilize your strengths.

2 – Don’t let others change who you are.

When Kimberly and Billy drink Baboo’s punk potion, they become punks. Not cool punks, either, but bullies and obnoxious pests.

They drank a potion that changed who they were, but unfortunately most people don’t need to drink a potion to alter their values. Keep an open mind, but don’t let anyone change who you are if it’s not what you truly want. Be firm and remember your personal values.

3 – Just because a strategy worked before, doesn’t mean it will work again.

Rita has Finster, her monster maker man, recreate the Terror Toad because they claimed to have had good results from using this creature on another planet, in a different fight. Yes, Terror Toad does end up consuming Trini (Yellow) and Zack (Black), then later Jason (Red) and Billy (Blue) as well. So this toad with an “enormous appetite” wasn’t totally useless at first.

Eventually the Toad does fail and ends up destroyed like the other monsters. It’s okay to use previous strategies, just don’t expect identical results. Be prepared to try something new.

4 – We are so much better at life without bad attitudes.

Kimberly and Billy are great kids, but when they develop their “punk” attitudes, they are horrible.

A poor attitude really changes a person and affects everyone around him/her. Overall, the person is less helpful, meaner, and makes foolish decisions. It brings everyone in the group down.

5 – Never leave your drink unattended.

It’s fairly uncommon for a monkey vampire to fly down from space on his bicycle and spike your drink, but even so, never leave a drink unattended. People suck and some are evil. Stay alert and protect yourself.


Thanks for reading this post. Use your strengths, don’t let others change you, be prepared to use new methods, have a good attitude and protect yourself. Most importantly, don’t be a punk.

Have a great day ^_^

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A Bee to Hold 🐝

The bee flew in my ear

A secret for the day

People have it all wrong

We want and we take

We give no life to those

Who look unlike ourselves

We know just what we know

And send all else to hell

If only we would learn

From those we see as less

We’d be better humans

We’d wash this hateful mess

Cease discrimination

End wars and violence

Quit claiming damnation

Rest for tired eyelids


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Dreams of Isolation


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Noxious Flowers, Aliens, Insanity


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2 TRUE Life LESSONS FROM CATTLE

Cows are large, simple creatures that don’t do much other than grazing and standing around. I’ve been around cattle my entire life and never thought much about these animals. But when stopping to think about it, there’s actually a couple of things that people could learn from simple, grazing cattle:

1 – When cattle are hungry they come in masses (just like people).

Cows are hungry for grass mostly, or cattle feed, but people are hungry for life. Something about being unhappy leads unhappy people to crave others’ life force. People love to suck the life out of and feed off of the goodness of others.

So if you experience some success, be prepared to face the herds. Because most aren’t persistent enough to find their own happiness; they sulk and suck from others. Most aren’t brave enough to seek out their own life.

Make your own life, make your own happiness, and don’t let anyone take it from you.

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2 – It’s natural to follow the herd.

When one cow gets spooked and takes off running, usually the rest of the herd will take off running in the same direction. The other cows have no clue why they’re running, they just do what everyone else in the herd is doing.

As people we might not actually take off running when others run, but it is typically natural for us to follow what everyone else is doing. We’re more individualistic in modern times, but at our core we are social creatures. We like to belong. So it’s only human to desire to be like others.

However, we do have the power to branch out. And thankfully the world is so diverse and connected over long distances nowadays that being different locally, might not mean being totally outcasted. We’re all unique and don’t have to follow the herd if we don’t want to. It’s okay to feel the pull and desire to follow, and it’s okay to rationally think about if you actually want to go in the same direction or not.

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Thanks for reading this post. We can learn from even the simplest of creatures if only we have the courage to observe. (Don’t get me wrong, cows aren’t the brightest but I love cows. I don’t eat meat, either.)

The hungry will try to eat your happiness and you don’t have to follow the herd.

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Lost, Buried, Love, War


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Life Advice Directly from Tyrion Lannister

George R.R. Martin created one of the most epic characters when he wrote the words and life of Tyrion Lannister. The HBO show, Game of Thrones, also did an amazing job of portraying the infamous witty imp.

In A Game of Thrones, the first novel in A Song of Ice and Fire, Tyrion Lannister gives some honest advice to Jon Snow. (Tyrion also speaks similar words to Jon Snow in the first season of the TV show.)

Here is a photo of the quote from the first book (please forgive my poor underlining skills):

“Never forget what you are, for surely the world will not. Make it your strength. Then it can never be your weakness. Armor yourself in it, and it will never be used to hurt you.”

Tyrion Lannister to Jon Snow, A Game of Thrones

(Disclaimer – obviously I do not own these words and I’m just a fan of the books and TV show. I’m not trying to steal anything, only trying to spread the wisdom.)


I have made mistakes in my past and have a laid back personality that clashes with much of society today. The above quote helps me remember two very important lessons:

1 – Own the mistakes of the past.

We’ve all screwed up. We’ve all done and said things we aren’t proud of. But Tyrion reminds us to own up to the past and keep moving forward in life.

Don’t run from mistakes and don’t try to forget, because those who want to bring us down will bring up the messy past over and over again. Instead, embrace the mistakes. Embrace the fact that we are human and we all screw up.

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2 – Be yourself. Even if you know that others will openly disapprove.

Tyrion is a dwarf, he loves to visit brothels all over Westeros, and he drinks himself to sleep every night. All three of these characteristics bring shame to his rich, uptight father. Tyrion knows the realm speaks ill of him wherever he goes. He knows that all the good he does for the kingdom will be endlessly overpowered by the fact that he’s not his father’s favorite son. But Tyrion owns it. He knows who he is and enjoys life. He walks around confidently in the knowledge of how others see him.

Tyrion deserves immense respect. How many of the others in the story try too hard to appear to be people they are not? How many of us in reality try too often to appear to be people we are not? How many try to hide truths of their personalities because it will taint the image they’ve created?

Tyrion Lannister says screw all of that. He says, “Yeah, I’m a screw up. I’m an imp. I love to drink and pay women to sleep with me. I’m not a knight like my brother or royalty like my sister. And I don’t care.”

We should all strive to be like Tyrion. We should all embrace who we are and stop trying to paint a perfect picture of who we feel we should be.

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Thanks for reading this post. Tyrion Lannister is a true role model. He might have issues and never make his father proud – but who doesn’t have issues and fail to live up to expectations? Tyrion is who he is and he owns it.

Thank you, George R.R. Martin for creating an awesome character deserving of respect and admiration.

I hope you have a great day. Be yourself and own it. Own who you are.


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Hope and Hate


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Coast, Quiet, Creatures


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