Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Lets Revisit the Present Moment

Okay so I am in LA at coffee shop called the Unurban as I listen to Usher in the background. I dance and bop my head as some jewish girl named Joey laughs. My pal Mandel talks about the Burning Man New Years eve party in LA. New Years has never been a day that seems so different to me accept for the fact that it is much more expensive to get into all events because it is New Years. I look slightly ahead and there are quite a few paths in front of me. Sundance Film Festival seems to be calling me along with India. We all have the possibility of going anywhere at anytime. I was thinking about going up to Santa Cruz or down to San Diego or maybe both. I was thinking about flying directly from LA to India or flying into NYC and being there for a few days. Yet I don't want to occupy myself with all the possibilities because it can almost drive you a bit a batty. Freedom is truly a great responsibility and we make choices and these creates the other possibilities that we will have to choose from. I try to just go from gut and not over analyze because that merely makes me dizzy. I believe John Lennon says "Life is what happens while your busy making plans". So drop the plans for the moment and leave yourself a little more flexibility of just being in the present moment.

I just want you to all know that I love you and all of you have come in and out my life as it was meant to be. We are all part of an intricate design, but all we have is the intensity that this single solitary moment holds. Are we open to the lifeforce that exists all around in this moment. Nothing is perfect and it does not need to be perfect instead let it be free flowing and let go of the past and stop worrying about a day that may or may not come and love wherever you are and whoever you are with.


Dr John Bender said...

John Lennon also said, "I am the eggman, I am the walrus," so I don't know what to believe.

Ned said...


I will be in LA in two days! We have to hang, man, i will call you as soon as I can get the number from my sister in Brooklyn (i am trapped in Prague without cell phone or email).

Nothing I have heard about for New Years sounds as good as a Burning Man party

hit me up on myspace or http://nedvizzini.com/contact i don't want to post my phone or email here

Your blog is great i think it may be the best medium for you.

Te'DeVan said...

Even the best of us have our off days. I talked to James last night. He still keeps repeating the same pattern and is obcessed with being tragic. Well at least he knows that is what he is doing. He is still in Portland. He never made his way to Chicago.

I keep thinking about 720 Arch quite frequently. It seems it pops up for me quite a bit.

By the way Ned you have 1515 friends which is the address of MTV's TRL on Broadway. Savior the moment my man. SOmeone really should overthrow that place one day.

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