Sunday, May 22, 2011

It's OK

Silence is the universal refuge, the sequel to all dull discourses and all foolish acts, a balm to our every chagrin, as welcome after satiety as after disappointment.  ~Henry David Thoreau

It's been quite a busy weekend full of many disappointments and a couple of victories. Once I've been caught up on at lest 4 hours of straight sleep, some physical healing, and general mental rest I'll be back to update all my fiends on the latest happenings. There's been plenty going on all in a very short stance of time. 

It takes a lot to see malice in a handful of nothing. Perhaps we're all suffering from a huge dose of paranoia. Maybe a break from some ill-attained vices may help free us of imagined demons. 

I dunno. All I know is that I know nothing. And, with that, I'll let my body heal, let my mind rest, and pray to any spiritual being (that  may or may not be in existence) that I appeal to an inner balance to seek the wisdom to know when to fight, and when to walk away.

You all know what your truth is. Let's not try and change a black sky to purple.


  1. cryptic and vague
    were you blazed?

  2. On Sunday night? No, I was extremely tired, really achy, and feeling sorely beat up from the weekend. And then I read that comment, and it all just hit me at once. I probably wouldn't have reacted so morbidly if I wasn't feeling so physically drained already. It kind of felt like getting kicked again while I was already down.

    I was quite un-blazed, though.

  3. HA! these kinds of posts are exactly the reason why you shouldn't go near your laptop when your wrecked. this isn't you kid. this is your dead brain writing this stuff

    you know when you started self-medicating so you'd relax & alleviate your anxiety? I think your off your hope you'll unplug this weekend & just have a great time. call me!

  4. just my opinion, but i think this post should come down...i forgot to write that before

  5. 1) Is your shift key broken? What happened to the capital letters at the beginning of sentences?

    2) You are = you're Apostrophes are our friends.

    3) I think you're over-medicating.

    4) You may have a point, so I'll take all that into consideration.