As you may have noticed, er, hm, I’m writing a story that seems to be turning into what is called a novel. Why a novel? No idea except that it’s not a novel idea.
Anyway, be that as it may and all the rest of the massacree, once in a while it’s good to just stop. Catch your breath, stop chasing after those characters who can run circles around you and disappear in the blink of an eye and you can’t find them again. So, I got ’em where I want ’em and I’m putting on the brakes and taking a break.
That being said, I found some questions in “THE” note book that I want to share, maybe get some feedback.
“Is an unenforceable law still a law?”
“If it is enforceable but no one wants to enforce it, is it still a law?”
“Is an idea that is in words only a valid concept? or Does it gain validity only when it is proven that it can be applied and that it works?”
“The future is not an extrapolation of the past, it’s doing things differently.” Does that mean that when we don’t do things differently we are not moving into the future but living in the past? I think that question is loaded and demanding scrutiny.
And a quote that most can probably identify with:
I look at my past life as at a field lit up by the sun when it breaks through the clouds, and I note with metaphysical astonishment how my most deliberate acts, my clearest ideas, and my most logical intentions were after all no more than congenital drunkenness, inherent madness, and huge ignorance. I didn’t even act anything out. I was the role that got acted. – Fernando Pessoa
And that’s all folks!