Everything is everything until everything is nothing then you really figure out what everything else is.
You ever try to understand?
This… life thing…
It’s workings…. the pain it causes…..
How it forces you to either heal or turn to ashes.
Do you ever try to understand?
This thing keeps moving…
The ants keep working…
The wind keeps blowing…
Things don’t stop for you… EVER…
You take the time to recover yourself and in doing that you’re also taking time away from something else…
Then you heal…. and NOW you’re behind…
Then you catch up… and it REPEATS.
Merciless time. Remember you’re merciless yourself.
You and death have a powerful relationship but it will never give you the chance to say goodbye.
So be honest and transparent while you’re here. Don’t be afraid to show or speak your RAW truth.
Live in your moment…
Cause everything is everything until everything is nothing…
While your moments is all you’ve left… when you really figure out what everything else is!
The Force is warning of Earth’s death.
The Northern hemisphere is burning!
I had a dream that i wish came true.
It started out with me sitting at a table in nice and cozy little tea-book shop writing down notes on various herbs from botany books. I skimmed through the others, including a kitchen herb book that had beautiful sketches of plants to help identify them in a garden.
My arms were covered in black inked tattoos connecting to one another with text and seals in various scripts. I would glance at them and know that my work and discipline is clear to me.
I Sipped my hot tea pausing only briefly to glance out the window to watch the rain patter upon the pavement of the parking lot.
My phone rang. It was my husband calling me to tell me he was on his way home to which i polititely informed him of my whereabouts. So instead he asked me to order him some coffee and we will both spend time at the bookstore.
I yearn for this reality so much that it hurts.
from Dept. of Speculation by Jenny Offill
“I see it all perfectly; there are two possible situations – one can either do this or that. My honest opinion and my friendly advice is that: do it or do not do it – you will regret both.”
- Søren Kierkegaard, Either/Or