In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “All About Me.”
but a story? Right?
I live in a world of random, we all do really, yet some find an order in that random and stick with it, making it not so random after a while; it is routined into normalacy, structure, predictable and not random at all. Yet the truth is, everything that is, once was not.
This blog was a response to a blog i really liked that was randomly (alogrythmically?) suggested by WordPress. 2012:This Is The Real Truth. OK it may be 2013, yet i think it’s 2012. I did 2014 in response, then because, of course, linear time changes, 2015. Right. Ok. So. (and don’t you HATE that voicing so popular now?)
It was the truth. According to the other side, yet it too lacked as much neutral real truth both sides didn’t want to acknowledge: war is a choice.
So, i jumped in and ta da. I won’t get into the whole astrology reasons, my #businessvoodoo blog on blogger explains that in detail over the years. 😏😚😘😍😊👽🔥💦💨💩
tell the best stories.
love stories are best told in retrospect.
retrospecting the future is called a projection, and for that you need light.
and i have learned, sometimes its not good to let your light shine all in one place at one time.
i don’t quite understand that reality, i mean, i do understand what i just wrote and what that means, yet i do not understand why that is our reality because it shouldn’t have to be. imagine, what if we all did shine as brightly as possible all the time, whenever we wanted? i bet we wouldn’t have congress debating internet stuff again or #fuqafukushima would never have been thought of except as the bar of a first date in a really really really great syfy movie where in the midst of all this zombie apocalyptic shit going on, jesus came again — seriously, he was right there the whole time, right in YOUR own heart because that’s where he lives, right? you just haven’t let him shine out in the love, tolerance and compassion you KNOW he has for you.
oh, my. #BlackLivesReallyMatter or they do not. do something different this summer, why don’t you take a road trip to the “Show Me” state, Missouri, USA. And #ShowMeWhatDemocracyLooksLike as we invade every city hall all summer long.