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Journaling conceptual design trends, mostly as "stream of consciousness" as encouragement. Environmental resolve will teach us peace. Paradox mediation provides the next healthy attitude.

Saturday, February 25, 2006

distant consideration

When art inspires social values that could relieve government,
structures transform into reflexive support systems,
finances flow through credible concepts academically,
poetically inspired to relax negating impulses

A government that can encourage
admitting mistakes as appropriate punishment
could shrink into comforting idealism.


Monday, February 20, 2006

meditation IS waiting

What if life is the waiting room?
How much do I have to wait alone?
Can others even go with me?
Who is the appointment with this time?
Doctors, lawyers, powers that be?
Does honesty help it to cost less?
How many return visits will be needed?

Isn't a routine just a habit?
How many of your habits seem healthy?
Doesn't this seem like an attempt to make life predictable?
Couldn't being adaptable more advantageous?

Why do we have two eyes?
Can people with wide-spread eyes have better perspective?
Do people with closer eyes have a narrower point of view?
What can it mean to realize?
Could the best answer be a question?

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Thursday, February 16, 2006

to be made in God's image, demands degrees of plagiarism . .

Repetition is the foundation of education as we know it, yet in school the punishment for plagiarism is used in confusing ways. We are told to be individualized while forced into rules of equality. The fact that teachers want to hear something preconceived should be balanced with anticipation for new ideas to be presented as a measure of their invested interest. Teaching implies new ideas being assimilated but many teacher think its a one way street and boredom reflexes challenge with blame in times of weakness. The balanced mind can observe without judgment.

My statements are trying to build acceptance on both sides of the fulcrum. Commercialism is the champion of individual rights but to get others to pay for ideas shackles progress of the inclusive instinct. Values should be shared but investing interest needs appreciation. Justice goes back to the commandment that you should not steal without remorse.

The way people worship scriptures (and laws) steals value from The Creator's gift of freedom to interpret individually. This dynamic of spiritual rights confuses the mind so that protective feelings of acceptance of new feelings includes scary variations of reproduction values. Don't let religious practices get in the way of spiritual discovery.

Friday, February 10, 2006

equal & opposite golden rules

It is stupid to call someone stupid!
You are what you call others.
I know you are but what am I?
I'm rubber, you're glue, what you call me
bounces off me and sticks to you!
Judge not lest you be judged.
This defensive reflex can give away
where you are coming from.
It takes one to know one!
It doesn't have to be negative,
the positive works better for all concerned.
What you see is what you get.
Never miss the oppertunity to
consider someone a genuis.
He who sees it . . be's it!

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Wednesday, February 01, 2006


Carefully preparing my whole life
for this adventure in healing,
I'm still suprised by the intensity
of feeling numb by separation.
Trying to sublimate inevitable
pain necessary to summon defenses,
I cry out to this weak body self
I shouldn't have pushed so far
beyond protected potential.
Needing to wait for remedy's
rigmarole therapy to down-load
this computed up-grade aggravates
visions of "what-if" scenarios
exorcising decisions made by others
until I understand my contribution
rests under standing relationships.
Between joint ventures' ligaments
alignment confinement confidence. .
Sensitivity developed allows greater
awareness of deeper connections.