Monday, December 14, 2009

Idealism and retreat

When I'm by myself, when it's quiet with no distractions pulling me in a million directions, I automatically start to dream and envision great things. All of my scattered realizations and fleeting memories somehow just coalesce to give me more clarity about myself and what I'd like to do. It's as if a master blueprint is forming in my mind. It's not a time for questions about implementation or feasibility, but for consideration of what should be done simply because it's the right thing to do. There's no cacophony pressing from without, clamoring that it can't be done or that it's not worth the time, effort, or attention.

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