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An old note

Posted by don_socal socal (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 26, 12 at 13:17

The fire within.
by Don Case on Saturday, January 1, 2011

You can not see it, it is just there. It can not be felt, it has to be that other sense, the one that is always just out of grasp and sits just behind your left ear. When you stick a big wad of gum on a top it does interesting things, that odd balance dance.

But then, truth is there is no gum nor a top. There are times when the world seems odd. It is the uneven way things are compiling, organizing, categorizing. The box gets bigger but it is still slower than the clutter that fills it.

A worry here, a distraction there, another new interest, what was the last one? Oh the list of responsibilities, they pile up till the box has no corners or edges. The world as we know it is changing before our eyes.

Then reality comes right up and slaps you in the face. breath again, life is what you make it. The air we take in is what sustains it, the fuel that feeds the fire. Breathing is inspiration and release as is our thought, our work, our love, life itself.

What is your thought, the one you hold dear but never express? What is your work,
the secret one that drives you? What is your love, the essence of your desire? These are
your life and motivation.

Live them to the fullest for the clutter is not life but just things and stuff. Start a new year with a new breath of life and a fire un-quenched.

Happy New Year!

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RE: An old note

Well stated.

And if you don't know what your treasure, thoughts, work, secrets, love, and essence of your desire? Your life and motiviation? For a true glimpse, not the one you tell yourself, "For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also."

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