Tuesday, March 6, 2012


Sometimes I just like to question everything. 
What if, just for a day, we completely ignored time?  We didn't use clocks or shadows to determine our next actions but rather reacted with each other to figure out what we were going to do.  Or maybe we'd just do nothing.  Mostly likely, there would be chaos and confusion and no one would know when the day without time ended since checking would be cheating and everyone would end up confused and sad.

I wonder if we ask the questions of others that we want to asnwer ourselves.

Is it okay to be discontent?  Is there a difference between being discontent with your circumstances (not okay) and being discontent with your state of self (possible motivation for improvement?)  If you aren't discontent with yourself on some level, isn't that just personal apathy?  Don't you just become stagnant?  To want to be better, you must recognize that you aren't the best and there are greater things. 

Shouldn't a cinderblock wall be soundproof? 

Is it possible to love others without a hint of selfishness?  Even the purest of love is out of a heartful desire to care for someone else because they mean something to you.  Although even an attempt at selfless love is millions of times better than satisfaction with self-centeredness. 

Does laughter help you think better?  I'm pretty sure it does.

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