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— interrupt: to be stopped, hindered by another person; to break someone else’s flow, uniformity, pattern, continuity; to block the actions of another — innerupted: to erupt from within, to interject one’s own state, to abruptly change oneself It is with trembling soul, anxious flesh, and curious mind that I announce the birth of an… Continue reading interrupted / innerupted
It is often hiding
is not a set goal. I am resolute.I live in resolution.I vibrate in resolution.I fall asleep, and stand awake,stand asleep, and fall awake,not resolute to a goalbut in the trajectory —- that of building.My resolution is not a set goal—- not set, not a state to be reachedbut beinginhaling and exhaling the joy and beautythat… Continue reading My Resolution…
Edmund Burke, born January 1, [Old Style], 1729, in Dublin, Ireland, was statesman, parliamentary orator, and political thinker prominent in public life from 1765 to about 1795 and important in the history of political theory. He championed conservatism in opposition to Jacobinism in Reflections on the Revolution in France (1790).Early lifeBurke, the son of a… Continue reading Celebration Day I: January 1 2022 — Happy Birthday, Edmund Burke *1.1.1729
Asking a friend with experience and knowledge on fields of investment, where would he suggest a person to focus who has never invested before, he quickly answered: “Invest in yourself” Weeks ago I heard from another friend: “There is no self” I am now left with the further expansion of being, allowing more to be… Continue reading Self
An obligation has a source. It may be an internal power, it may be an external one. Ideally, having and feeling obliged ought to be from an internal standpoint, as the character wants standing purity in being self. That which I do wishes to coincide with what is expected of me by my peers and… Continue reading o·blige /əˈblīj/
…is missing much brilliance.
Thank you, William Shakespeare, Miguel de Cervantes, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe! Where would I be without your poetic tongues?And Jalāl ad-Dīn Mohammad Rūmī, and Alexander Pushkin, who can be more inspiring to dive and fly in life through your cultural, and equally transcendental wordings?You all understood something beyond our physical being which has had your… Continue reading Beyond language and vocabulary
The mere human experience is a luxury. Breathing Smiling Tasting —- luxury And the soul, ingesting and releasing expressions which can never be physically encapsulated.
He: “I never meant to love you”
if greatness is not physical if being touched is not carnalif love is greater than the bodyif we know beyond knowing, and not nearly near the boundaries of knowledge if we are vibration, independently of an ego driven or destructively shy beingif an embodied soul feels oneness with another why is gender identification?
I do not know. But it appears to be mainly metaphysical, although appearances appear to be merely physical.
There is the human spirit - resiliance - perseverance - love - inclusion - survival a common intrinsic energy, from all directions, and in all directions. And there is the self - with an edge - imagining outside the box - with inner joy - with inner want - with inner universes - each potentially… Continue reading There is the Human, and there is the Self
We met at a train station. Just one passing another by. We began a short conversation but one that brought our being in life straight up to a deep surface. My train arrived but she succeeded in something that the modern world does not achieve, by flipping out a business card out of nowhere —… Continue reading What does being touched mean? What is touched?
of every single walk in every single day of every single year for every single being — physically, mentally, emotionally is an inventive breath, more than a satisfaction smile
I will never finish