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Human Hungry

Human Hungry

if you tell me you are famished
I shall promptly gouge your eyes out
with a fork
you do not know what famished means
famished is not minutes, hours or a day
it is the days after
the pangs become soft
you try not to think about it
remove food from brain
to find place for thought
to think thought
to find food
therefore you
sit and think
driven to craziness
you know of its taste
it is everywhere
but not for you
the moments between
expectation
and
impossibility
those moments
think thought think
so you just think
than you think
you can do anything for this food
to assuage your hunger
than you realize
you will do
any
thing
it
takes
to
make the
pain of longing
for food
disappear
as you walk
past plates full
of food
that people
in blissful existence
have thrown away
they are full
too fat
too shy
don’t care about food
they have other things
to think of
food is a passing
thought
my thought
my though
my thought
as you watch
them
a bite
balanced delicately
on the tongue
it dances
oh it dances
of cabaret proportions
to the throat
slides
to waiting
stomach
you are
more hungry
think thought think
you can do
anything
for it
kill
prostitute
you watch
her push it away
it is being sent
to the dump
it is then
you realize
you cannot
you won’t
grab that
gold
off that plate
as they
look at you
with pity
at your pathetic self
shall you
climb into the dump
and pick the
food out
along
with the
disease
you realize
you cannot
then
the starvation
begins.

The Meaningless of Weekend

Should the weekend be different than the weekdays?

Why?

There are seven days of the week and on each of those days we do something, some of those things make us happy, some of them don’t.

Who programmed us to believe that Saturday and Sunday were our days off?

Why does ‘days off’ mean for most that we should do nothing?

If you give your brain to someone for five days a week – why do you want to turn it off on the weekend – when that is the only time you can work on yourself?

There are no weekdays and weekends really – it is continuous – the continuity moves with how much of that time you give to other and how much you give to yourself to better yourself.

If you do something you don’t like to earn money – you will degenerate – but weekends do give you the opportunity to regenerate. You can grow you. We all have gifts we ignore, the weekends can help you find them.

If you work to find and grow your gifts on the weekends, you can change your weekdays. And if you can change what you do on your weekdays you can recreate your life.

Your childhood you wants that. And you must make your childhood you live again. If we all do this, the world will be a wonderful place.

of magic

of exploration

of new

Who Am I?

Sometimes I wonder why I am the way I am

But I suppose water doesn’t wonder why it is the way it is

I suppose air doesn’t wonder why it is the way it is

They are the most beautiful versions of themselves and with that help billions.

And so I suppose it is time to stop wondering why and become the most beautiful version of our ourselves.

As it was written.

Joti Heir

 

 

You can understand your value to another person based on where they invite you to

Hey friends,

So, this idea just came to me. An old freind contacted me. Not so old – we haven’t seen each other for close to 3 months. And he is an awesome person, but nothing to do with personal things. We just appreciate each other.

And that is where this post started.

So I discovered a pattern and so I must share. People will invite you to events and places in accordance to the value they place on your worth.

But a new friend/acquaintance/girlfriend/boyfriend/lover/business deal will invite you to a place that they think you deserve, If they invite you to a low-quality place – they think you are acceptng of low quality. Keep this in mind for the next time you get an invitation.

Do better than that Beyonce video

Beyonce’s apeshit video is lovely in unto itself.

But basically.

We see her creating a comparative to existing great works of the caucasian kind.

In the big picture, these types of videos just create a baseline of  what is great. And with her video she has indicated what is great and what you must live up to.  And apparently greatness amounts to paintings created by Western painters. And so a measure of greatness is if you can dance in front of/vies/chide paintings created by Western creators.

Ir is sad – that this is our measure of greatness.

This does not help to expose all of the amazing artists in the non-wetern realm  – or even make people aware aware that they exist.

This kind of prose just leads people to fight against one another. A better way is to expose arts from different cultures and let us inspire. We are not in a campetition, there is more than enough for all of us.

We can all create and do beautiful thingns for the world – we don’t need to stand near a picture of someone who created something great. We can create something great ourselves and share it.

Creating something is like having the magic of life in your own hands.

Forget these people that lead us astray … let’s create beautiful things …

You can make something amazing from your own mind – share it.

Let us all be creators, not consumers of other people’s ideas.

 

Image courtesy of Robert Baker who you can find on Unsplash.