HELEN SUMS UP SO WELL THE DILEMMA OF BEING HUMAN, JUGGLING OUR NEEDS AND WANTS, always a pleasure to read…oh and I know a good place for waffle.in Leeds..the type with cream!…accompanied by cool retro vibe ..2 nr UoL campus one near bus station ..Cafe Rand http://www.coffeerandleeds.co.uk/
‘Sometimes I feel I’m gonna break down and cry, so lonelyNowhere to go, nothing to do with my timeI get lonely, so lonely, living on my own.
Sometimes I feel I’m always walking too fast And everything is coming down on me down on me I go crazy oh so crazy living on my own’
Living on my own – Queen
#dream and wear your #passion because today you’re as old as you have ever been and as young as you will ever be…’
‘The past is dead. We can’t change it so why beat ourselves up over it? This Flowing Moment, As You Read, Is The Only Place We Can Exist!’
‘Kind, good hearted common sense is hard to beat! ;D)’
‘To love someone is nothing, to be loved by someone is something, to love someone who loves you is everything.’
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Thank you for the reblog and lovely message. feeling slightly humbled. xx
your posts always resonate with the stream of consciousness running through this head in Bramley!..Su
I particular liked the definition of tsundoku, ‘buying books and not reading them’, which I have suffered from for many years. When I was at college I had a philosophy lecturer who reckoned that he absorbed the information from unread books by something he called osmosis but this is not my experience.
Remember about osmosis at school and I can kinda’ understand what your lecturer was getting at ….possibly I’m hypotonic http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0072495855/student_view0/chapter2/animation__how_osmosis_works.html I am hoping the principle works enough to diffuse stuff from text book to head! …I;ve no doubt that I definitely experience osmosis with my special collection,,,”Shoot through my head and are makin’ me see stars”
Love the Queen quote. I have also listened to that song, and it resonated! Also as an aside, I am such a fan of Freddie Mercury!
I live alone, and am really not sure that it is good for me. I also feel it’s too expensive. For me it’s just too easy to ruminate, too easy to get lost in thought – too easy to be messy. I often think how much healthier it would be for other people to be around, but they would need to be the right people – there is a risk that they wouldn’t be??!
The stress of trying to change this situation at present seems to outweigh the downside. I am treading water, not sure if it’s the right thing. But, we do the best we can!
So I identify with both Helen and Freddie, and hope that I won’t always be living on my own!
Aw Vicky, my saying of the year, you will and must go to the ball…guess we could always start a commune! except my vibe might not be every one’s taste! Su