Marvin has left me (And I believe I may not be the only one) with quite a blogging challenge. If I was able to come up with topics, perhaps I would make a great leader. I'd be one filled with wonderful ideas and topics...And pictures too!
Instead, I get songs stuck in my head. Because I'm all about the poetry or the words that have formed into a song. Sometimes the music sets me off, but the lyrics are what's powerful to me.
So today, I have the song Unwritten in my head.
And now I have the song Window in my head.
How does this happen? Just one line or word in a song can transform me into another song. I even do this when I'm reading a book. One word or sentence sets me off into another dimension. I have entered into the realm of my innermost thoughts.
Inside my mind, some find it fascinating, while others find it dark and scary.
But to quote Walt Whitman: "Every moment of light and dark is a miracle."
In my darkness, I do find light all the time.
Most view the dark as being alone, scared, and unprotected. But when you really look at it, there is nothing to truly fear.
But I don't know. I was always afraid of the light, but not so much anymore.
"You fake something until you're good at it."
~~Weird All Yankovic
When I first tried to encounter the positive side of thinking, I was like, "Yeah, right! This stuff doesn't work." But with more practice, I started getting better at it. Now in both frames of my mind, the light and the dark are equally welcoming.
Yes, the library is my friend... That's how I've become a more positive thinker. I am always roaming around in the self-help section. I have learned to become a more positive thinker, and just recently, I've learned how to meditate.
The library is surely a wonderful thing.
I was searching through so many pictures, I've lost my train of thought. Mostly because I had to create my own pics. Some were too small, and some didn't seem right. Can you guess which pics I created???
Have you ever listened to Pearl Jam? I mean the early stuff???
"Hearts and thoughts they fade, fade away."