Posted by Ben Naga
Playing the game of life.
Been using my free time to examine the moment before time catches up with me. How about you, reader?
Posted on April 26, 2015, in Not A Poem At All, Reposted from elsewhere and tagged Anger, Awakening, Life, Realisation, Reality, Truth. Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.
I’ve just been going with the flow.
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Ah. Ambiguity. (In this particular context.) Or perhaps I am just being a tad dim.
Sometimes I don’t feel like making choices so I just go with whatever thought happens by. They usually have me wandering in the woods.
Somehow that does not surprise me. 🙂
Just grinding it out…
A friend of mine often says that if you do the exact opposite of what everyone else is doing then you won’t go far wrong. 🙂
I guess. But duty calls and we must match to the same drummer in order to survive. Feed the evil beat
Meanwhile check this out
Keeping our heads in the clouds while keeping our feet on the ground might circumvent all the toxic bullshit. Not to say that it is always easy. But then the alternatives never attracted me much. I generally prefer to be a part of the solution than a part of the problem. Not that I am wise enough to always recognise the difference.
And thanks for taking time to contribute to my naysaying, which is appreciated. 🙂
I spent my “career” supporting those aspects of the structure which I felt/believed came from the heart and fighting those aspects which did not. Well, as my good friend Joan and I say, “It passes the time.”
Creatively frustrated but this too shall pass. Hard to watch the news these days…
I studiously and deliberately avoid “the news”. I do avoid eating poison, so why watch or listen to it?
Slow to stillness
Wait for the movement within
Guiding directions will follow
Proceed to unknown destination
“I’m late! I’m late! I’m late for an important date.”
Moving ahead of time
Let it wait in line
While what you want is given
* apart from the AIW reference, note that in Cockney slang to rabbit is to talk at length while saying nothing of value or substance.
The last part, my flight instructor, while I was in college, use to call that “Blowing Bubbles.”
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