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Saturday, January 5, 2008

the greatest time to be alive...

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2008! wow! 2007 was quite a year...crazy shit going on in the world man.
instant crazy shit too.

As soon as it happens somebody’s filming it! everybody is a star!
For at least a quarter of an hr.

I feel as if the momentum of the planet is picking up too...
yeah. ok I guess every person who has ever lived on earth thinks they are alive at the greatest moment in the planet's existence.... maybe not.

I can't assume to think someone else’s thoughts so I'll derail that train, but everything feels faster to me at least. I am one of those people who thrive in chaos. When the world is completely out of control I feel the most lucid.

I remember 9/11 and how singularly focused I was...because I simply thought it was the end of the world. So, when I look around and see wars and devastating weather occurrences and assassinations and wild west shoot ‘em ups and plane crashes, I feel right at home! I think a lot of that has to do with the fact that I live life as an observer and not wholly a participant. How I can be in a situation and looking through my eyes I am reporting or telling a story as I perceive it. So when the bullets fly and motorcycles are jumping over my head, I somehow speed up while everything slows down (like in an accident) all is slow motion as I stroll through the carnage ducking the tire iron flying slowly by and embedding into the slow moving chap beside me!

You know, in these times I think of what Morpheus said in the even the air we breathe is not what is (IS) real? That is (IS) the key! What is real to me: is it completely different from what is real to you? What I see: is it what you see? More than likely… maybe. I would not know that unless I were you and what I see is me. The world is full of movement and my brain's eye can see thing's much more clearly lately (thank god for prescriptions!) HA!

And just because what I see is what I want to see I'm not crazy enough to jump off a building…yet! Because for the time being I am a slave to the basic physics of the planet...if I drop a brick it will fall on my foot and cause pain. But when a shaolin priest drops a brick what happens? First of all he would not be picking up a brick. second of all there I go assuming I know what a fucking shaolin monk would think....even though I've watched every episode of kung fu and both kill bill's. I have no idea what David Carradine thinks but if I did...I would probably just try to get used to the fact that i could levitate. Like Jet Li in hero. It's a consciousness thing where the world slows down and you stay at "regular" speed...but really you are slowing down the activity by sheer will of what you expect or know to be what you perceive as "real"...but can that alter the world that others occupy?


what others?

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