Eh, things happen, like thinking and such.

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Sitting in the dark has many advantages, for example providing one less distraction for thinking. Most people, however, do not sit in the dark. People normally would not find a slot in their original routine for it, because it is considered creepy. On the other hand, it is considered normal to sleep in the dark; therefore, sitting (or laying) in the dark happens in one form or another. I have always marveled at the people that I know that slept earlier and/or faster than I can. I can’t really do either of them unless I am really, really tired or sick.

The point of all of this nonsense? Oh yeah, I forgot I had to make one.

My mind feels like a machine at night sometimes, and in the day it is less proactive. Nighttime, or just as I am about to go to sleep, is when my mind seems to never stop thinking. There are certain times that it is able to fizz down and I am able to relax for a bit, but those are very rare occasions. I wish there was a way to harness all that energy and make something out of it.

Something like a sun, a blimp, a light, or anything else…something concrete that I can understand and wonder at myself.

Then in the end, I could be a feather, or a breeze in the air for that matter.

Maybe in that way I would let go and just be.

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4 thoughts on “Eh, things happen, like thinking and such.

  1. I like darkness in the manner you describe it. I would suppose it shuts off our sight sense when we calm ourselves and realize there’s no reason to use our eyes in the dark. It’s pointless.
    I am new to WordPress. And I really like the poetic vibe you give off even though your nonchalant diction portrays an oh, by the way, point.

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