13 thoughts on “Music of My Life #50

    • Evening,
      Glad you’ve had a good day, it’s been a cold one though… Brrrrrrr…..
      Oh well, homemade soup is bubbling away on the stove and crusty bread awaits.
      I’m feeling like I should be writing so maybe tonight I’ll find something that keeps me busy. Fingers crossed.
      So what are your plans?

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      • 🙂

        Another cold day: another day spent flicking through holiday brochures at wonderful places I’ll never get to see.

        Your evening sounds nice…chicken soup? I love crusty bread: even just the smell of it is enough.

        I hope your will to write will will your will to write lol 🙂 Fingers crossed you find something to pen.

        My plans: I’m not sure. I’m not really motivated to anything. I am feeling very displaced at this time – like I just want to sell up and walk off into the wide blue yonder with just a back-pack and no intention of leaving anything for the return trip. Other than that I’ve not got a clue.

        Enjoy your evening…thanks for your comment on my Blog 🙂

        Namaste 🙂

        DN

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      • That sounds tasty 🙂 Yum indeed. I hope you enjoyed it.

        I didn’t mean a holiday – I meant a one-way ticket and disappearing for good someplace.

        This world don’t suit someone like me at all.

        Namaste 🙂

        DN

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      • No? Then why not just do it? If there are no ties and interest or enthusiasm is gone why not start a new chapter elsewhere?

        I know we it is ourselves we take with us when we go anywhere: but that self if not happy can seek external influence to facilitate a new life and a new sense of self.

        Sounds to me like you are already half-way there to making your mind up anyway. What would finally convince to go?

        Namaste 🙂

        DN

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      • Hey Steph 🙂 New beginnings sometimes necessitate the cutting of ties at some level or another: that’s what change is all about. Your heart doesn’t lie even if the mind remainds unconvinced or slow to catch up. At other times responsibility and obligation, loyalty or commitments mean we forego opportunity and simply hope chance will happen again.

        I think we all have regrets in some way shape or form when looking back: but as always we are the people who make our choices and must stand by the outcomes whatever they may be.

        Me? I’ve been transient for 31 years and not had ties to anything or anyone for nigh on 20 of those 31. I just keep moving when I get bored or fed up whichever it is. Which does beg the question why am I still here. ..hence my earlier comment about backpacking and disappearing off the grid for good.

        One never notices time going by until one day one notices that too much time has gone by. I think also there is a right time for two paths to diverge from the one path we are walking and life presents us with a major choice. Do we continue down the well worn path or take the path never trodden before and put faith in that choice believing it will lead to somewhere different.

        May I ask: are all your ties real or are some part-imagined or just excuses to stay?

        Namaste 🙂

        DN

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      • I agree completely about time, suddenly it’s passing too quickly.
        This is not the place for such conversations though.
        Here is for light and levity.
        I hope you find your place and let go of any regrets. Really regrets are not worth holding on to, they only build walls to a greater future.
        Above all Dewin be happy.

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      • I wasn’t prying Steh so please don’t be offended: it was more a rhetorical statement, something to have you ponder.

        Light and levity – I think I remember what that are.

        I’m not sure i’ll ever find a place to call home – Outsider’s never really do. As for regrets – I was just saying to a friend this evening that wisdom comes with age: it sort of confines us yet clarifies and defines limits and boundaries and choices.

        happy – yes, I think I remember what that is as well: it’s hippy with a typo 🙂

        34 minutes before the witching hour. Perhaps i should wish you sweet dreams for when you get to Zzzzz. Have a great day tomorrow.

        Namaste 🙂

        DN

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      • Oh I am pondering indeed. It is true that age brings its own confines, it brings something that tethers us to what we think we have chosen.
        How wonderful if we could live our lives backwards. Hmmm just a thought. This is where time travel would be great.
        Sleep well and have a great day tomorrow.

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      • I have thought much the same myself 🙂 Wouldn’t it be good to unlearn everything we knew when we were born and transition in blissful ignorance 🙂

        Age and the time we have invested in something does indeed seem to have a hold over us – perhaps that is why wisdom differentiates itself from time but remains a comfortable bedfellow next to age?

        Time travel was one of the three wishes wasn’t it? 🙂 Now I understand and find further reason to agree. It’d certainly mean we forego regrets.

        Sleep well lady of Tor. Sweet dreams in sunny hot climes beneath cloudless skies with the sound of the sea gently lapping on a sandy shore.

        Namaste 🙂

        DN

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