For whom the bells toll. Meditation number 13 is a reading that I will never forget. But not the essence of this particular posting. With me trying to maintain two separate but similar blogs, I am trying to figure the purpose of the two said blogs. I don’t want to bring to and end either blog, so what I am planning to do, for you who read these blogs, I am going to keep this one up and I am going to make this the main one for my photography venture and slight philosophical blog, and my blog that is found at Word of Mouth Journal is my more philosophical based website and my postings for my music. This is not an end for this site. This is only the beginning. Don’t be scared, anytime that you do, all you have to do is stand outside and wish upon the second star on the right, the brighter one and know that there will be more to come with this website. I am just working on a better work flow for both websites.
Oh, also, in the next month or so, look forward to seeing a bit of news about a book that I am writing. I have no idea if I will be able to publish it. But hopes are high that if I am able to but a little out there for your reading pleasure maybe some good will come of it.
All is well in wonderland. Until next we meet
In a blog that I wrote a while back called “In the Midst of Darkness”, I had some thoughts that I wanted to expand upon. I wrote about the ever change of our surroundings and even in our thought process that we have today. The thought that we had today may had led to our surroundings and our thought process today, but everything changes in our lives. From the moment we wake up in the morning to the time we go back to sleep. I know quite well that this is a scary thought, because from the personality I have, I tend to set myself and my surroundings in a very routine way. I get comfort in knowing that what routine I do today will still be in place tomorrow. Part of the reason that I am writing about this train of thought is for the simple fact, my idea of this world has slightly changed and how I want to live in it has slightly changed. In my ever changing routine of meditating on my life and correcting me and my immediate surroundings, I have concluded that through my thoughts and through my surroundings, people change, ideas change, my own thoughts change and even my simple constant routines have changed. It’s a scary thought but it is something that is inevitable. Without change without a little unknown thrown your way, there wouldn’t be any way that a human could develop the skills we need to make it through the day. If we had no conception of change, our minds would be still as infants. Compare it to going through grade school to middle school to high school to college to the “real world”. Think in your own life how scary those changes were. Going from grade school to middle school. It was scary because you didn’t know the teachers, you would meet a lot more other kids. And the same goes with going to high school, and then on. Change is something we need in our lifes to force us to move on from the past, may it be past failures or past victories. We need change. So in the midst of my change, I bid it well and hope my change will be a much needed one and I thank it for coming at the time that it did so I can push myself to the next level and next chapter in my life. Here goes nothing