I have found that taking two days off IN A ROW.
REALLY helps to actually have energy the next day, as if you AREn”T always tired and DON’T always feel physically awful.
1. (omitted cause it’s a long story)
2. not taking the chance to do something that’s High Stimulation, because you are too dehydrated/exhausted/hungry.
really mars what should be a wonderful time and memory.
hate missed opportunities.
but here’s the challenge in “just moving on.”
they aren’t all equal.
not in any sense.
the next chance to feel THAT good THAT way won’t be for a year, if that, if ever.
moving on to the next thing won’t feel anywhere near as good as that.
really rare super fun things.
never miss them.
Not everything is supposed to be run like a business.
frankly, I think that applies to most businesses as well.
Care about more than just making money. please.
and by god, don’t define yourself in terms of how much money you make, your relationship to others, within a business, elsewhere, or to a business.
it’s interesting, being an individual who
1. didn’t really understand a lot of normalcy as a child.
2. still doesn’t.
3. wouldn’t and doesn’t choose said normalcy when given the choice.
4. didn’t and doesn’t feel the system was designed with him in mind.
5. doesn’t feel obligated in any way to present, TO ANYONE, ANY kind of AIR or APPEARANCE OF NORMALCY.
thought I just had:
when it comes to MY teaching, I just thought almost instantly of many examples where, when “I” teach, the following notion is true:
“It’s not my job to make you feel good.
It Is my job to make you do what you DO good (being play music in my case.)”
(you can argue that there is nothing too wrong about making students feel good, indeed.) just saying.
is it me, or are a great many
business people and such
that’s not really a question at all.
it’s my opinion.
it seems to me that very often, all such people care about is “mindlessly, UNCREATIVELY and UNCRITICALLY
COPYING what has come before, which in it’s original form was probably
1. a creative
2. risk-taking person.
Attachment leads to Jealousy.
The Shadow of Greed, That is…”
attachment to perfection, to what has come before.
do not be that way.
take fucking risks.
fail fucking miserably.
only them might you fucking fly.
(I didn’t mean to give offense in this post, I simply was a bit resentful when I wrote it. I simply wish businesspersons were in general more creative, and no, it wouldn’t be too bad if creative persons (like me) were more business saavy, somehow (sp.)
Oh, and they shouldn’t be so unimaginative and conformist and fearful and mundane. they should take far more chances and such. Basically, what I already said:)