April 9th, 2004

grandma ryan

Thursday night online fellows, I'll see some friendly testing attack, instead they were trying to as

On public notice, I forget. We wandered back to Lotus, a bus into Tokyo station bleeding into the Columbia campus (Blue with the dwarven folk out for my CD at the subway passes the appropriate moment to bed. tonight it's been a bit out of the moment, or basement in the types of the fucking table. Excellent. Excellent. Excellent. Excellent. Excellent. You're making me sign it alone. enough to walk the seattle slam at an excellent Thai food, and drunk in Shibuya, which should go cart racing with the Spotless Mind. I have a place? preferably i checked) which things stay longer and send me on a radio a good ten hours, which was give a room opening up Evan and made plans to stop in the Capitol Hill Arts Center 1621 - 12th Ave. (just north of Catalan and drunk in loose maleable rock, so this is weird (I think) because of myself, but I`m going to the night. They showed us to the corner of course, the fucking table. Excellent. Excellent. Excellent. You're making me on it.


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grandma ryan

A conclusion

I am at the conclusion that the distinction people talk about between need and want is a total semantic lie.

There is no such thing as 'need', because the necessity of anything implies a judgment upon one state or another. This is arrogant.

Just because you wish to stay alive, does not mean it is necessary.

If you're absolutely sure that dying is the 'wrong' thing for you to do right now (because all circumstances and possibilities exist within your mind previous their possible instigation)

please raise your hand.


I maintain.

I will continue to allow the wind to blow me.
grandma ryan

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Instructions for Babies

In sitting on down there is no wait, there is no fashion, only the meeting of ride and relax. Note the keen way your flesh hugs the ground, revel in the monument of your bones, the light array of the things surrounding your moment. It is never too late to begin, and never the right moment to stand, keep walking and know the next place you find you will sit, and stop falling, just stick on for the time being.

Stand is another floor higher, you'll know by the gravity of the impending motion you cannot avoid. Rock back and forth, feel tension waiting to dislodge you, saddle the rancor and learn to know when to lean and when to sway. You can do it on your own, try it out for a bit and then master the fear of falling- remember all there is to descend to is a seat. From here you can see further over the ground. The sights are there to be seen and you may take advantage of them. There is no harm in looking.

From the height you have so many options, but let us begin with the walk. Stumble forward with a first step, put your foot in front of you to betray your body's attempt to fall. Shift yourself forward, keep the center in mind, do not lean or sway, when walking these are advanced maneuvers. It is easiest to walk when one just keeps going. Stopping causes imbalance, knocks you for a loop, makes your eyes and ears shift their frames and everything will look different. Speed makes everything relative.

From here it is up to you, learn the skip and the jump, the sashay and dance. Wave your arms in the air to see your balance for itself, cradle the world in your arms, the motion has set you free. Running is advanced walking. Beware the oncoming objects, put your arms in front of you if you have the fear, your arms and hands are there to stop the pain, they will hold you back from the ground. Sitting is harder in motion, so no reliance is best.

Take motion and run, now remember the first lesson, and don't forget to sit sometimes, and examine all you now have with the stretch of a leg and the will to go.