Thursday, October 8, 2015

Time lingo

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You woke me up. Instead of weightless soft lips - gimleting text buzz, ricocheted off in the right hip. The vibes have shifted. The recent changes I’ve gone through seemed were not enough…

For only one day I've lost a new, only 3 months old job, but acquired 4 new students. Time indeed got squeezed. Though the headlight accidently was set with 60 sec. delay, as said the mechanic at the dealership.

There were no emotions produced by thoughts. I hung in limbo, remembering to breathe. Only by evening, exchanging messages with the friends, crying and laughing simultaneously, I felt a relief.

The new day’s rain drummed cheerfully on the tops of the roofs, celebrating last days of Mercury retrograde.
The growing can be lighthearted…

Intermission…
Only a reflection pause
Before a new act.


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15 comments:

  1. As things change we can grow, time makes us whether we like it or not

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    1. Yes, we do. No time for being blue... Ths.

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  2. I like the idea of there being an intermission before a new act. I think this is a good way to look at life...especially when some difficult things happen.

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    1. Indeed, they say: new project starts from taking a rest.... Ths, Mary!

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  3. Pauses can be good, especially if they come just before a grand act.

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    1. Hope for grand not less. Thank you!

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  4. the emotions are palpable
    not easy to lose a job
    cool when you can look at it like that though - a pause can be good to breathe some fresh air before the next act

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    1. plus - a new experience, knowledge where not to go, what not to do..... ~ ths.

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  5. When time becomes
    a thief of feeling
    time is an
    enemy
    of heaRt
    SpiRit
    and sOul..
    ah.. the way of
    the culture is time
    ah the way of Nature
    is now of feeling being
    here moving.. connecting
    and
    creating..
    it still lives
    with escape..
    and escape is
    the hardest art of
    all to
    ART..
    at least
    these days
    of cLocks
    without
    souLs..:)

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  6. ' escape is
    the hardest art of
    all to
    ART..' ~ what a wisdom! thank you, my friend.

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  7. Loosing a job... that's tough.. I like that you can see the joy of that pause.. but still it has to be hard.

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  8. Nothing wrong with a pause to reflect and think first ~ If we don't, things like these can be so overwhelming ~

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  9. A pause before a new act is always worth the while :)

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