Friday, June 02, 2006

Tangents All Connect Though It is Tough to Prove

I am in Providence Rhode Island because of a buddy of mine I met in San Diego and therefore have been invited or intruded into the lives of people that I had not even known before. I left NYC and its fast pace for a few days for a slower way of life and a few less walls of defenses around people. When things slow down is when I start to reach a stillness in my mind that allows me to find what is I am truly looking for. Things are not what you are told they are merely because people say they are such. It can make you feel out of touch and the emphasis is money making much.

I found that everything connects back to the point where it starts and the road beckons and keeps me more honest and true and all that i know is temporarily forgotten. It appears that the world is rotting but it is actually rebirthing as are we and we can all breathe life into dormant souls starting with our own. I try to judge less and observe more besides people already judge themselves enough. Scream it outloud and hear the spray of whispers spread that you have lost your grip. I have never had a grip or at least one that I wanted to hold onto.

We find that we struggle and bungle like clowns that can't even graduate clown school and be a successful fool. Instead we act as a tool that we used to bring ourselves down. But we rise like the Phoenix from the ashes of our own destruction and then we begin to construct and others do the same and the merry-go-round spins on and we start to understand how everything connects. We are all part of this one thing which is the essence of life and at certain times we are reminded of this in the ways that people in our lives have already connected with each other in a previous location or phase in their life. We all come into each other lives for a reason and it can seem like random tangents, but there is an intricate design to it that I sense and see on regular basis.

We can all see this if we allow ourselves to slow down and experience it in this very moment if you just stop and connect with your breathe your mind will become still and your awareness heightened.

5 comments:

Mel said...

So are you the same Kurzweil from Short Hills?

Te'DeVan said...

You got it but that boy has long been forgotten. I am more the wandering man these days. How did you find this blog?

Mel said...

I saw an interview post on whippedintellectuals.blogspot.com - and I recognized your last name from MHS '97. I googled it and here you are... Do you remember me? Melissa Stanley - now Melissa Morris. I suppose we've all changed quite a bit...

Te'DeVan said...

Of course I do. Our school was not really big enough to forget people that we knew. I remember that you used to swim and feel that you had some shoulder/back issues. Life just keeps getting odder and odder for me in the most wonderful of ways.

Mel said...

That's me with the bum shoulders - I've bookmarked your site and will check back in... Best of luck to you with all your adventures!

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