Tag: beliefs

the waking life


we spend years building up the emotional dross, fumbling through existential struggle in search of a semblance of acuity in vision and mind. or, our arrogance carries us blindly for a time, rowing with presumptions and bold declarations, pretending not to be infected with entitlement on this oft shaky, tossed-about whitewater raft. the inner pendulum…

on service: a picture framed


quite often, we discount our efforts, especially the little ones. we negate our positive effect on the lives of others, because of how we look at (value) ourselves, and how we frame our world view; we colour the canvas with our preconceptions, paradigmatic programming, and ideas/beliefs of how we think others perceive us, our worth,…

get back here, now


oh, but i wish it could be… yeah, if only it was… why can’t we… yeah, but… that’s how we’ve learned to kill it, time and again… the beauty of the moment, all the wonder of the then experienced, that somehow triggered a deep want, hurt, untruth, and pattern or practiced belief. we jump out…