Monthly Archives: July 2016
i’ll admit i have schizophrenia, and our friends treat us with care and love and acceptance… like we’ve been shot in the face and survived. it’s kinda nice at first, but then we really take advantage of it. admit we also have massive depression that accompanies the misunderstanding of such, and we get nurtured and tolerated, too. and then we realize how we’re all connected by a community of love. that it DOES take a village and that… oh shit… he’s outta 1st person. catchin’ on. quick, log outta his facebo… *giggles and cackles in the distance* and i wake up disoriented. i have to apologize for things I’ve said. Sometimes I have to apologize for things I’ve done. I have to convince you all that I’m a good person despite all my words and actions. and you have NO idea… NO idea how taxing that is on someone. on Anyone. So next time you laugh at a someone talking to themselves, understand that they are not alone, but surround by people just as real as you and you and you. however, only this person can communicate with them.
if there really were an all loving god, he or she would love like a dog. unequivocally, unconditionally and absolutely. the best friend’s love. you could be the greatest jerk ever, the dog will still love you. your god will still love you.
In this day and age I think the easiest thing to do, and I do mean easier than simply being lazy, is to self sabotage. Like we’ve come so far along that we yearn for human connection and to diminish an overbearing sense of alienation we’ve invented social media, only to discover nothing social about it. Then when something honestly good comes along, we want to prove it wrong because we don’t think it’s real. But the truth is, we react the way we do to happiness because we don’t believe we deserve it. If there was ever a dark side to any force, this was it.