Monday, April 16, 2007

Lip Service

There's more than one answer to these questions
Pointing me in a crooked line
And the less I seek my source for something definitive
The closer I am to fine
Either the Indigo Girls read "The Tao of Pooh" or the whole "don't overthink things" idea is catching on.

For the first time in a week I have time to think. And things somehow seem confusing again. I don't want to eliminate these moments all together, but I'm glad that I have a fairly busy schedule, so that I'm not regularly stuck in this mental no-man's land.

For the moment, I've snapped out of my regular life. I can barely remember it anymore.

When someone dies, it amplifies what is important in your life. People. Maybe my family is more important to me than I realized? Nothing else seems real or important at the moment.

For a while now, I've been saying that people are the most important thing to me, but looking back, it feels like lip service. It's something I'd like to change...

1 comment:

Helbaby said...

Sometimes when a person goes through a difficult spell in shakes them up and makes them realize what is important...some people respond to it and start living while others don't think twice about it and continue just existing. Personally, I think it is nice to step back every once in a while to reflect, even if it is just noticing someone in your is too easy to not do that. Thats how we end up isolating them and ourselves. It's good to Snap out.