Tag Archives: Choice

THE DISSECTION OF IMPERFECTION

Inefficient imperfections. . . Missions impossible: should you chance to choose accept them, perform some clean but yet not mean dissections. . . The tasks cannot be done for, thus to cutcau you cannot just remove the single thing which … Continue reading

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YOU ARE WORTHY OF A ZILLION THINGS

Ah, you are worthy of a zillion things. . . but you must choose the ones you want, and use them well, with heaven’s care, with sweetest words and tending deeds, that they will know no matter what the others … Continue reading

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YOUR HUMAN VOICE

Take your one small human voice, and make a choice its sound to a whole new volume now to hoist.

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JUST BE THERE

Just be there. . . This stickly moment seems to you, as you are in it, so mucked up that it’s hard as it can get, even if the muck is really very far from infinite. . . But, if … Continue reading

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MONDAY. . . MAKE IT PAY.

Monday. . . Make it pay in the very most important-to-you way. Set your sights on the scintillating bright and lofty heights– Take aim, enjoy the ride, design the rules and nature of the game. For now’s your time, and … Continue reading

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SAILING NEAR THE SIREN SONG

Stop. Recall what day you do now live, and what hour of the clock. When long at sea, the sun gets hot. The wind will whip the boat will rock. The rain pours wild, and sometimes violently– So, when you … Continue reading

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I CAN

I can. . . and I choose not to. OR I don’t know if I can. . . and I choose to– OR choose not to, in line with what I want. And, if I really, really want, by God, … Continue reading

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