...to stand on the meeting of two eternities, the past and future, which is precisely the present moment; to toe that line. -H D Thoreau

We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be
to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time. -
T. S. Eliot

17.5.11

 
                                                                           
We may be Slow, but we’re Expensive.
One of my favorite unrealized tee shirts.

Honestly, I have those horrifying moments while driving, 
I completely and absolutely do not know where I am. Intellectually I know it will only last a moment, but emotionality that moment lasts an eternity.

I feel like savoring the feeling of being ahead of whatever game I’m playing.
Everything on my do-to list is to-done. I know it’s a scrim illusion, all an ongoing relentless process. But hey, throw me a bone here.
Moreover, while I’ve spent these few minutes hunting and pecking I’ve probably lost my edge, so it was all a moot point. 
I’ll mash print anyhow.

Someone turn on the radio, it is mostly way too noisy in here.

7 comments:

  1. Are you in my car? Wandering around in my head? Creepy.

    (But while I'm at it, do you know where I put my keys???)

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  2. ha. no way can i stay ahead...be slow all you want just dont get in front of me...smiles. i slow down once i get there...

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  3. Just turn on some Todd and treddle through. Being ahead is better than the view never changing...

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  4. Drive in silence. The road is music all its own. ;)

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  5. Perhaps (for the safety of everyone else in the world) you should refrain from driving.

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  6. I used to own a Russian Lada.It was Always broke.Problem Solved.

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  7. I find myself, with increasing frequency, unable to remember what I set out to do. It is momentary but daunting. Sometimes I cannot recall the objective for quite a while. I always wonder if I'm starting senility.

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