What do you do with something you expend a great deal of effort and expense to produce? Do you happily give it away for free or do you adopt the reaction we, who use our creative "hearing" to pay the light bills, save money for places to set down roots, send children to school, pay our caregivers when we're 100+ etc., are very very inclined to do.
If you create, you know "the muse" gives "it" to us, even if we're the ones schlepping the gear, up at 3am, finishing it, getting it right and we all know it's true. That expression of All-nothing-other-than-Everything comes from something deeper than what everyone else can see, and we're given this particular viewpoint because our perspective is like no other. Still, "it" comes from being a good listener to and a good seer, a good translator, a good follower of something Else. We live to make love to that something Else. We also want to eat.
When I saw seagull scene from "Finding Nemo", I laughed, but I did so because I have an inner seagull.
"Mine." *cue "Finding Nemo Flock of Seagull Scene.
The interupt happens when the electric company wants me to give them pictures of dead people so I can write this blog, do the laundry with a machine and or push a button to make dinner instead of gathering wood. i'm very big on those things.
|me and gimp. it was free.
i'd be okay with free
if i didn't have such
an attachment to
I raised and Heather, the woman married to "The French Cowboy", called me.
We share a desire to feed, but we also find eating, lights, underwear, clean water et al to be high on our list of priorities.
this is reality.
tomorrow, cooked heads starts crafting it. with a mallet.