a network of necessity

Posted in Introspective Ramblings on March 31, 2009 by philthink

Dec 17, 2007
When you respect someone, your actions towards them is unique. The uniqueness of these actions are key to developing lengthy and healthy relationships. Create a network of good-will around you. Money is important, no doubt. But the necessities of life can always be borrowed from those you care for dearly.

Your attention results in theirs. Put yourself out there and you’ll create an energy and atmosphere around you, worth its weight in coins of all denominations. Ultimately, supplying you with a network of necessity.

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A fit of awe

Posted in Songs on March 31, 2009 by philthink

This all I’ve known before, it just hit me right know.
The sight of lights lit long ago.
When pain she feels so good, that you forget feeling normal.

When good is all you see, naively feeling normal…
you say this life you cracked, when you choked it down, feels normal.

This all i’ve known before, outside the anomaly.
The sounds of thoughts brewed long ago.
When words they’ve lost all sense, you’re end is penciled in words sounding normal.

When good is all you see, naively feeling normal…
you say this life you cracked, when you choked it down, feels normal.

Fake lists of names of friends who’ve come and gone,
those who survived the time…
riddled with anguish and set aside them all.

Fake lists of dates of times which never come,
enlightened graces, a system falls.
While all names listless, in a fit of awe.

December 07

Posted in Introspective Ramblings on January 28, 2009 by philthink

Moments come flashing back at this aroma. The aroma of a memory. Such a feeling is never lost. Whether details go missing over time is no matter. Our senses hold the importance of our existence, toying with our emotions, second guessing our tastes, in other words exploring…truly living, while our mind deals with the consequences.

A healthy mind will deal happily. It’s opposite, remains on flights of fancy, letting the senses control, rather than absorbing them patiently.