SUNDAY FEBRUARY 24th 10:31 AM : Haunted by the thought an email message I recently sent could have served a better purpose if it had been, or was, sent 12-24 hours earlier.
My mind turns over a few times at this moment, wondering if a church or worship experience can be a beneficial thing for me. A curious thing.
As I found my way to the net cafe today a few things occured to me.
Like the fact that Aretha Franklins song 'Respect' does have a lyrical mantra and refrain to go along with it that entreats us sweetly: Just a little bit (just a little bit). Interestingly enough.
Another one was the nature versus nurture circular argument revolving and brimming just under the lid of my consciousness.
I am musing aloud here about the difference between fate and circumstance.
And so. I am going (without) right now for having an internet at home, and so I find that looking (within) , that at times its hard to find that 'feel at home' topography of the mind I had been so accustomed to in the past.
It makes it harder to proceed creatively or productively, and I now am wondering if my reserve might be better left to accumulated, rather than squandering my energy this way online.
But for now, will console my self with the thought that the Internet alone seems to be one long protracted scientific and academic proposal that is being carried along and producing social mores.
But as the timer and countdown clock run out for me here, writing away with the world ensconsed and enveloped around me, rather than with adequate time to reflect, I feel I owe it to the people I admire and whom I respect and seek to emulate to think and write along those lines, and I am reminded by a very little known and less circulated quote from Albert Einsten that works upon those lines..I will find it for this blog. Later. First I must try to recall and remember where it is I actually read it.
But thanks for reading and checking out my journaling and geographical virtual journey online. I feel I am at a bit of stopover here. And longing to get back on with the good and purposeful.
Posted by mach1231
at 10:30 AM PST
Updated: Sunday, February 24, 2013 10:54 AM PST