Sitting here with my feet up in the very cool breeze coming in the window, I ponder the latest challenge.
One more thing I am trying on this iPad. It feels like, once again, I will be disappointed and not do it again. I am now down to using the iPad only for games, email, and surfing the Net. It is not even good for music anymore, after the forced fan thing.
Anyway, I am grumbling because of aches and pains today. Lo siento. I haven’t written anything in a while. I don’t know if I will write soon. I just want to write right now. I have a lot that I have been storing in my little brain, especially for Omaigunes! I have decided to change that quite a bit and have yet to actually do it.
Today, my brain chews…
I understand, but it doesn’t change the fact that it is what it is.
Such a fine line. Being human is an interesting experience in which we each get to experience and work things out independent of the experiences of others. Where is the line between simply being unmotivated unhappy and being unhappy because of the discomfort of a challenge? A challenge may make temporary unhappiness, but once overcome it makes immeasurable joy.
So, I think, there is no limit to the challenges that can be overcome. However, there is a limit to the challenges that a human can face and stay motivated. That limit, still unseen, of course, is the line where unmotivated unhappiness meets discomfort unhappiness.
There is also this belief that I have. The Universe and everything in it is perfect. I am exactly where I am, doing exactly what I am doing, struggling with exactly the thoughts that I am for a reason.
Once again, here I am having this awesome human experience, trying to work it out.
Five things I am thankful for today:
- The weather being cooler and a cool breeze on my feet.
- The sound of coffee being poured into my cup.
- The painful moments that make us thankful for the moments without pain.
- The ability and opportunity to choose.
- The ability and opportunity to love.
Listening to: “This is the song that never ends…” drums practicing for the 15th.