It’s a beautiful world

Originally posted on Realm of Empress Musie:

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Its a beautiful world

every breath you inhale or exhale

is full of promises

look around you and let your spirits soar

the worldly worries can wait

for a minute or two

they wont be leaving you alone

even if you drop down on your knees and beg

so let them wait

and look around you

feel this amazing earth

in its full splendour

now your heart is ready

to meet those smile robbers

let em come!

poetry DP

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There’s no time like the present

It was 93 degrees when I woke up today at 3:30pm having gone to slept at 6am. It is much cooler working at night. Yet I could never share this information in Facebook for it would not fit the norms unless you’re a heinous artist and so few if those bother to even check in on anyone else that you’re lucky to meet like-minded people randomly in the bread line.
And so it goes…
Today’s message from nowhere:

Man surprised me most about humanity. He sacrifices his health in order to make money. Then he sacrifices money to recuperate his health. And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present; the result being that he does not live in the present or the future; he lives as if he is never going to die, and then dies having never really lived.

-the Dalai Llama


If I get around to it

I’ll Also include the question:

Katherine Walker, writer/director/producer
I do not understand the question. How would selling secrets innately ‘solve’ anything? The two actions do not logically follow? Are you asking if everything the government hides from us were to be revealed in a Hollywood movie (some version of ‘complete transparency,’ albeit perverted), would problems cease because all secrets were out in the open? I think not. I’m not sure the populace could handle all that messy truth. As for Hollywood, they already apparently faked the moon landing and are preparing us for eventual alien occupation, so some thinking goes. Both the government & Hollywood are antiquated systems that will never change.