Tuesday, 22 February 2011

I Should Be Working.I Should Be Working.

I keep telling myself, its half term, time to sleep and work. Yet, I find myself saying this at 12 midnight, having done a bit of graphics and none of my sciences. Whoops. Tommorows a new dawn, and a new day. So, it's half term and I am throughly enjoying not having to go to school, which being at the end of, am getting sick of it. However once I am there love it. Obviously I just can't make my mind up about something that we are privileged to have. Now I'm making myself feel bad. One thing though I am doing is watching Miss Congeniality after eating a quarter of the best, tastiest and my favourite cake in the world: Victoria Sponge.>

Hmm.Hmmm.Hmm. Tasty. How can you resist something SO light and yum. So although I keep a scrapbook on paper am questioning whether to add more to this blog. Ahhhh...it can wait. Half term!!! Still thrilled. More work. By going to bed. Now. Or should be at least.

Thursday, 17 February 2011

Fashion Write Ups

Ok all, I am home from school now. I was browsing the follow ups from the fashion show by the BBC and was delighted to see that there were a few. I'll give you two of them now!! Its a shame the video of the show is too big. Just a quickie for now.

Have a look and tell me what you think! The head of BBC Blast thought it was the best collection of the night!

Saturday, 12 February 2011

Two in a Day.

I am still not motivated to do my Re. SO, after many months am uploading the moodboards for the Spring Collection of my show at London Fashion Week baby!!!(still get a buzz outta that) Its been too long, but these are the designs. The actual photos......well I can't be bothered. Lets be frank. (Feed back is VERY welcome, the designed, hand-painted floral fabric is available, and: 4 of THE DRESSES from the actual show!!!!! EEK! I am setting up shop soon, and myb will post the pics of samples and about it here, but if you really can't wait for details, then an email/comment is fine ;)

I have a blog?

Oh no! as Mrs Doubtfire would say (amazing film), I forgot I even had one of these. Yet it is distracting me from my RE homework. Oh and RE homework it is indeed. Another essay. Yes.

Re lessons are so stupid these days, full of these ignorant narrow minded debates, it seems people that stick their hand up so readily are losing the whole concept of an argument. Recently the never ending debate of science and religion has come up. But as I used to stand up and say what I have wanted to, I have in the last 3 months switched off entirely. The sides being as follows: devout christians vs atheists.(no surprise there). And gosh no! This is not why I switch though, no don't get me wrong, I am happy to debate. Life's a debate I say. But the reason is, whatever is said will be swiftly ignored by some bulldozing sameish argument. And a good debater, as we are learning in english, MOVES ON from the SAME FRICKIN point, onto seeing what the views of others are about. If they don't wanna listen why make a noise? One of the most annoying things though is that some of the people in the class including my teacher, paints any christian who doesn't believe in evolution as closed minded. My mind is very open but why should evolution be a marker though on whether the christian world is open to SCIENCE as a whole? Brace ourselves though because about 8 lessons worth of rant is coming out now.

If science is right religion is not needed some would say. This is not the point in life at all though. It is in our being as humans to have something greater in ourselves to follow. Without faith the world becomes something of things we only can quantify in our own human minds which, is nothing compared to God. Its by our own arrogance we have become more independent of God, thinking we can solve and have all the answers. Even when we do think this however, for instance the discovery of atoms, we are still nowhere near to the truth, as later on recently a smaller particle called quark has been discovered. As generation pass, we are losing the WHOLE concept and completely missing the idea of a faith.

At the end of the day a religion is a faith. There is no point in thinking that we have to find the answers to everything in our superiority, for what is the point in a faith if it does not require what is says on the tin: FAITH. Faith isn’t seeing the explanation and therefore choosing to believe. It is far from that I believe. It is the humble act of choosing to follow and submit yourself, because you choose to. Not because through experiments, arguments, debate and extensive research it has been proven for all to see that this is explainable, but because it says so in the Bible, and the Bible is written by God who we, as Christians have chosen out of our own free will to follow. Without religion and with mere facts and science then culture and humanity would be shapeless, existing in a black hole of cyclic debate.

QED and back to RE