Well its not so far off Sunday – but still Saturday. Just about eleven to be more precise. I only say this ‘cause I’ve noticed this ‘Blog clock’ seems to be an hour or two out; meaning that if you post up something about 10 or 11, it comes up with the next day’s date.
Nothing much has happened today. But it makes a change to have some ‘peace and quiet’. It just makes it more difficult to write about anything, or to relay any updates.
Not sure if this will be of interest, but I started selecting some old photographs to go in the middle of the new combined autobiography today. Quite a few really good ones; mostly in black and white, although just the odd one or two in colour.
Do you know, I found one of myself (maybe about 7 or 8) feeding my pet pigeons. (Paws off Cat!). They’re all dead now, of course, but life still goes on for animals and us mortals, does it not? This moment will soon be gone, for example, but it is always replaced by another one. I think part of the secret is, realising how to keep the happy one’s (moments) and releasing the unhappy ones. Unfortunately, it seems that many people seem to thrive on the unhappy ones, and allow these to keep reoccurring to the extent that it can stifle any potential happiness. Many people actually do this you know; but having said that, it is not my own personal problem.
I was going to do another ghost case tonight to save time, but another ‘lazy mood’ made me to uninclined to look for one. Now, I have just typed that word ‘uninclined’ and its been outlined in red. Well, it may not be a correct word (grammatically) but it can stay, as I know what it means and I’m sure you all do.
So many people tend to worry about words. “The word is not the thing” some well-known Eastern philosopher has said. I certainly tend to go along with that – to the extent of sometimes taking it literally.
Happy Sunday to everyone. It is supposed to be a day of peace and reflection, after all. And for those who cannot reflect (wherever they happen to be), then just relax in the moment, and be thankful you’ve got another 24 hours before the turmoil of Monday!
For the moment,