If I had a machete I would use it to cut the mice, and the princess, and the king, and the stepmother, and the castle, and the wolf, and the mother, and the sons, free from their function so they could disappear into their own form.
I didn’t feel like putting “Stanford” in the education field, because I thought that that would look so sad if anybody saw that and was like, “Wow. So Bill’s life fell apart and now he’s trying to ride on the fact that he went to a good school over a decade ago?”
I don’t really have any pictures of myself, so I tried to take a few using Photobooth. (Yikes!)
Anyway, there was only one question that I was able to answer: “Interested in: Men, Women or Both?”
And I was like, Really? Again? Coming out to humans is exhausting. Coming out to robots is demoralizing. Coming out to robots on Facebook because I can’t think of anything else to put on the damn profile page is a hellish nightmare.
It’s telling that one of the most common uses of the term dream, as in ‘the American dream’, reduces it to a house. It collapses the ethereal into the material, pitching Jacob’s ladder on its side. In lieu of aspiring up dream ladders, we’re encouraged to climb social and corporate ladders, which run sideways and keep us tethered to the material world.
There are a few moments in this article where I Imagine my experiences as opposite to what is written or proven by research:
My best sleep in recent years is Dreamless. I still dream on occasion; however, I find I wake up profoundly Clear. Which leads me to question if dreamless sleep is quality for an individual and if dreaming is decreasing in lives could more of Us simply Be Living the Dream while Awake? That said, I really have to make an effort to remember to Breathe during sleep...so my lack of dreaming may have more to do with lack of oxygen and lung use? Just pontificating here.
I don’t use CBD or THC often; however, when I do on occasion before bed I Imagine the effects as Very Beneficial compared to what the research here says.
During some of my deepest and worst depressions I have experienced some Incredible Dreams and written them down. Very different from paragraphs on this topic here.
Ironically, my past three night sleeps have been Knocked Way the fuck off. I have stay plugged in too late or experienced external distractions,etc. Gotta get back to the unplugging before bed, reading, candles, etc. The grey weather I Imagine feels influential as well.
Posting again to Give a Boost Due to the latest Acoustic track she released this past week with Lead Singer of Amber Run - How True Is Your Love. Both HTIYL (Acoustic) and Wonderful Way are on Heavy Rotation Here. Prediction; Hannah will be a Household Name Very Very Quickly.
An interesting dive into the works of a lesser known/celebrated artist: Cornelius; a homoerotic disruptor who hid a lot in plain sight. In hindsight, surprising he wasn’t a lot more controversial in his time; rather he was embraced by the establishment.
Aptly & Soundly Covered topic! Thanks for insight into Reddit mod interactions. Interesting experience you have there.
The way ReadUp Is Built tracks so intrinsically and organically grown in a way that taps into a Natural Flow of Civility. The amoebic nature will be interesting to witness shape over time during periods of progress and expansion.
Amoebic is possibly a terribly chosen word. Not meant to insinuate disease Here; rather early developmental; transformational promise.
Made some Kanten with AgarAgar and Apples this eve. Thus, this article search and discovery. Simple recipe from slim,simple cookbook of Healthy Foods. Kanten is good for Intestinal and Digestive Health. Agar Agar is alternative to the animal bones of other gelatins.
He shared his discovery with a relative, who began harvesting and processing red seaweed into a product known locally as kanten. Seaweed-based jellies spread in popularity throughout Asia, especially in the climates of Southeast Asia, where they joined the mint-based grass jellies in local cuisines. The common English term for kanten is agar-agar, which comes from a Malay word for red seaweed. In Northern Europe, the red seaweed known as “Irish Moss” had also been gathered for centuries and boiled with milk to release the thickening agent carrageenan.