What a good idea! Us veggies would be pleased if you joined us.I like the eclectic mishmash of thoughts you've had on this nice sunny day. I'm particularly interested to know what your round and infantile thoughts were. Were your smelly thoughts predicting the extra amount of gas you'd be emitting if you became vegetarian?
beauty and lunacy and tea.what could be bad?
I s'pose I was trying to explore here how the sepia thought-churn so often takes us away from just enjoying the thing of the moment, whatever it is.Not sure if I achieved that, but was fun to draw.
Yes you did, but I got caught up in my own thought-churn and was wondering what all your interesting thoughts were about, instead of just enjoying the moment of cartoon-reading. Doh!
Do you ever wonder what happens to all those loose threads of forgotten thoughts? I suspect mine of silting up behind my ears.
ach - you think too much; too much meditation and not enough mindless pursuits
mindless pursuits... um...i always come back to this: ultimately, we all die
Indeedy. And if you can overcome the anxiety surrounding that thought, it can help to focus the mind on the simple pleasures of not-being-dead.Or a lovely cup of tea, which I'm just about to make to accompany my reading of Baumeister and Vohs' classic summer read 'The Handbook of Self-Regulation: Research, Theory, and Applications'.Exciting.
flyswatters make me shudder, too many bad memories from more than 50 years ago...who is 'x'?
X is Zorro. This Zorro in particular.
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