Saturday, June 28, 2008

Recycled Plastics Shining Out of Endless Seas of Waste

So I just wanted to post this really quickly because I came here to the computer lab to print out a few marketing things and bulletin board notices when I sat down at this Apple iMac. I cut my fingernails recently (for those of you who didn't know, I was letting them grow until one of them broke, and they got really really long) and so I am now able to use this keyboard in a way that I never have before. For those of you who are not sure about the iMac keyboard, it is white, flat, incredibly tactile, and it boasts a really solid and easy to type on feel when compared with traditional keyboards. The buttons give just the right about.

Anyway, I am going to go now and finish what I was doing. May you all be blessed throughout this eternity and here is to seeing you again in the next.

With Sincere Love, Prayer, and Meditation,

Saturday, June 21, 2008

Filtered Rays of Light Streaming through a Stained Window

Cracks traverse the dirt stained floor as the light plays on a chair left unattended.
Outside the sun beats down on grass going brown from the dry summer.
A playground swing stirs in the face of a soft wind.
Inside, the people pray.

Pioneers of new art forms - fools are geniuses.

Things are good here. I perhaps overstated my case, but I believe it is a case worth stating. Perhaps I should just get a button or provide a link to an essay.

Here we go again
There beyond the shores of yesterdays dreams
Lies a world that the eyes of men has never seen

Would you mind if instead of talking I just take your hand?

Monday, June 2, 2008

Piles of Leaves Littering Autumn Strewn Walkways

Okay, so I felt like writing a note, and don't have a whole lot to write about. I wrote a paper over the past few days about not procrastinating and developing meaningful relationships. In the spirit of not procrastinating, I'll use this space to put today's Self Procrastination Evaluation:

None past due, all done for tomorrow


Taken, ready for tomorrow

One done, working on another (due Friday)

Alright then. That's that. The self evaluation is completed.

A song, what?

Pouring out over the waters of elder days
We walk along the paths we used to know
There was a little place that we could sit
And now the darkness is all you know

I stay beside you all this long while
While you cast about in darkness
Looking for the splendor of
The life we've always shared

Very well.

So who has signed up for EagleAlert? I know I did. I signed up for e-mail messages and phone messages. That way when something goes on, there is a chance I might know about it.

So here's the thought of the day:

We will never live in a truly free world until every person realizes that a minute or a dollar spent on self-destruction is unjustifiable while there are members of our own species dying of hunger every day.

What can we do about it? Donate time, donate money, play silly Facebook games and sign petitions. Maybe. Maybe some of it works. Maybe none of it works. It's best to try. Pray.

Gosh, on a lighter note, kids, we've got a million reasons to get up every morning.

Give yourself a pat on the back. Be as honest as possible. Don't be afraid to sound like yourself. Love the little things you do that no one seems to notice. Live in the moment. Feel your life.

Blessings to you all, and may you have fabulous days for all your existence.

That was posted in Facebook on a note. It'll go here and on Xanga. My blessings to you all, and to all those who are connected to you, for now and for all time. May your existence be as eternal as you wish it to be.
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