2017-12(Dec)-29-Fri-0809 (entry 2/3)

I want the ability to choose who I am. To choose everything. I would choose everything.

I love living in other peoples’ communal creation. It’s fun, you never know what’s gonna come up. But I so dearly love customization. I love options. I want options with a few preset settings that can also be customized. Fuck!, that’d be cool.


2017-12(Dec)-29-Fri-0809 (entry 1/3)

Let’s say you have a magic wand that’ll grant any wish, even the wish for more wishes. You have carte blanche, a blank check, total creative freedom. You can change the very laws of physics. You can create the most perfect world your imagination can come up with.

What does that world look like?

For me, seeing that image and comparing it to how reality currently is offers great insight into a person’s approach to the world, their decision making. How they perceive and interface with their environment.


Find your calling. One that resonates with you.

If you don’t always seem to get what you want, perhaps you don’t know what you want enough to see where it lies. It’s out there. It might be buried, hidden, blocked, but if you truly walk the path you proclaimed, you will find a way. Perhaps even clear the way for any who would follow.

Only under extreme circumstances is the path nonexistent. Even then, opportunities can arise in odd fashion.


Tradition is continuing a behaviour or activity after its original purpose and relevance have expired. It is the exact opposite of evolution.

Any tradition was, initially, a necessary thing. But, as time went on, it was maintained only due to attachment. If it is still relevant, then it isn’t really tradition first and foremost, it’s just the proper way of doing things. Doing things properly is usually the intent of innovation. Once we get to the point of “doing it just because we’ve been doing it” (i.e., tradition), then we are no longer honouring the original spirit of the act.