“What would you call yourself?” “A fool”. An exchange from the evidence being given by Donald Trump’s lawyer.
I keep having a break from blogging while I work obsessively on my music. It’s sort of related to the project, but it’s sort of weird too. I’m learning a whole new and very stimulating field of making sound work. The results never satisfy me, and I’m impatient.
I should start with a much better singer, but there’s not a lot I can do about that, and I should work in a recognisable genre, but I don’t want to throw away what I’ve done.
Am I being a fool? Probably. You have to keep your hobbies in their place.
My life has gone from unpredictable roller coaster to intricate balancing act as I try to live within my means and balance the relationships and responsibilities around me. I’m less temperamentally suited to this mode. Maybe that why I’ve had a break from this rhythm. Too many patterns.
I’m thinking a lot about the limits of ones own responsibility. I have a bad habit of wanting to solve problems that I can’t.
The chapter has some very well crafted and incisive messages. It follows the pattern of drifting from practical insight to spiritual.
I’ve been trying to think of a good message for Easter at work, I’m to write a brochure. I’m so spiritually blank. It great to write here again.
Thats a good general principle. I’ve been trying to start where the people would be at when they see the brochure. Watching Brene Brown videos. She’s great.
The wisdom, point by point, encourages you down a good path. It’s the book of a thousand Facebook memes.