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So what? What matters? … This might take more than ten minutes.

12 words in 0 minutes at 06:49 AM on Jan 17, 2011 | comments

After realizing my first post was only a minute long I thought I’d do another and get myself up to 10 minutes. Wouldn’t it be nice if I were using this time to say something of substance? But I suppose this meaningless meandering aimless babbling chatter of a post could be important in its own right. I suppose I’m not really one to judge how important something is or isn’t. I mean I could see here and tell you about beauty, but you would be equally right to speak of kindness or of love or of truth. And who would be right? Can anyone truly grasp the importance in everything? As well as the uselessness of it all? It seems like such a paradox, or maybe its just one of those days where everything is a paradox. Ive been having them more and more often. Is that because I’m growing older or am I breaking down? And do I gain wisdom in a living hell or by escaping it? Everyday I feel a pull, some immeasurable force pushing and pulling me, and it must be ambition? Or fear, perhaps. But whatever it is its aimless. But seeing all these questions maybe what drives me is my curiosity? It must be…

210 words in 6 minutes at 06:25 AM on Jan 17, 2011 | comments

Hello, first post. How are you doing? Glad to hear it, you know I’ve also found openness to be the proper attitude towards life. Purely by those standards you might be more alive than most people. I’ve always thought its funny that writers complain about a blank page staring them down. Thats because it has more life in it than you do. So next time you see a blank page staring you down why don’t you stare back?

78 words in 2 minutes at 06:22 AM on Jan 17, 2011 | comments

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