A not very timely note

This was a blog I once wrote during my high school and early college years. I keep it around for nostalgic purposes, but it is quite obviously no longer updated. I am looking to make a more professional blog presence in the future, but I still like to look at where I was mentally at certain points in time.

- G. Jan 2013

Friday, July 17, 2009


We do it all the time. Floating I mean. Not in the cross legged position on a bamboo rug, but in the rivers of flowing thought and in the light breeze of random ideas. Floating is nice, but we spend too much time floating and not enough with the stability of our feet firmly touching the ground. You and me, we probably have some idea of where we are going, and what we want to do. But it isn't definite. It's like being pushed in one direction by a soft wind instead of the power of our own two feet. We can't control a breeze, but we can change the direction that we walk. But it's difficult. It's easy to let one's self be pushed to an acceptable destination by life. It's a true challenge to will yourself to travel to the right place. And so we float... in our dreams, our hopes, our deepest wishes. But to do that is to be a kite with no one holding the handle. Eventually you and me and everyone else has to come down from the clouds and face what Mr. Reality has to offer. Deals we can't refuse. Deals we can refuse. It's up to us to pick a deal. Or maybe, just maybe, rip up the contract and carve out our own path. One that we have to hike, but at least we hike it out of our own will, and not out of the wishes and wants of other people.


zorlone said...


Looks like you are in a cross road. I do hope that you get to choose your path well and avoid the dark side (so to speak).

I hope to be able to create a blog like this one. Just to talk about how I feel and what I feel at the time... well, not in the form of poetry, but like what you have done.

So, floating it is and floating shall you be until the right time and decisions were done, you shall be floating in time - time's up.


G. said...

Guess there's only one way to find out; to actually choose heh.

I do this occasionally, but I don't want the blog to be about me per se; just the thoughts. But I just don't have the experiences yet to come up with those mad insightful observations... one day lol.

Well when people finally come to that cornerstone and make a choice, they finally come back firmly anchored to the ground, enjoying that newfound stability.

Always nice of you to drop in Z!