I've yet to extract the wonder from reality; Haven't gotten around to being practical about my heart. I've no interest in comparing my feelings to yours. But i'd love to understand where to start. Unknown"ROY"Festive
- 15 years, 2 months, 13 days ago
I've noticed a giant trend lately amongst my peers. Well, not even just my peers, I imagine this trend's been around as long as there's been options and freedom of thought. The trend is derivated from the desire to believe in something unique. I've spent a lot of my life observing people as they "believe" in things the way one might date someone they're only 'kind-of interested' in. As if they were saying of the belief "This feels good... For now". Inevitably.. three days, weeks, months or however long it takes for the new belief to dissapoint them, I get to watch as they pick a new Mantra, as if trying on a hats at a thrift store.
I've been there, I've been in situations where I've placed my faith in my church, my friends, my parents, my job, my self, my addictions, George Lucas. And the fact of the matter is, that at some point you have to realize - everything under the sun has the capacity to dissapoint. Because what's right for you, what you need, isn't always gonna be what you want. And having what you want can still be VERY unfulfilling, if you don't have the things you didn't know you needed. Confusing right? Bottom line? Life is bigger than you are. Instead of trying to 'grab it by the horns' or 'lemons' or whatever cliched appendage you might be trying to hold on by - learn to navigate the bumps without getting thrown. Absorb the shocks, lean into the turns, an-friggen-ticipate. Negotiate your urges. You'll never much control life but it doesn't ever have to much control you.
- 15 years, 3 months, 18 days ago
I'm in the middle of a love hate relationship with my computer at the moment... I'm around, but I'm not really 'Around'. There's just no time to mentally commit to a stable HP relationship. But I'm always here when I want to be. And that's more than can be said for my blogs. Unknown"ROY"Festive
- 15 years, 6 months, 2 days ago
Oh twisted life For an idealist I've walked many a stray path. Based mostly on forgiveness and praying others somewhat blindly might forgive me - I've plunged forward, breaking the waters with something of a beginners stroke. Brash and thoughtless for all my over thinking and meekness. But waters have seasoned me and continue to. Realizing the folly of your way, is a half-step forwards. Applying said lessons learned - is the fruition of your struggle. Unknown"ROY"Festive
- 15 years, 7 months, 26 days ago
Fold your hand It's pure disamgiguation of which I speak staying to lose is the spine of the weak Pity's not a fit for anyone and foresight peirces through the bleak Unknown"ROY"Festive
- 15 years, 10 months ago