Some Don't Like the Rain
Today it is nice out. Some don't like the rain and clouds. But I do. I like it because it lets you think. Lets you go back in time and think of days when the weather was similar. A time machine. Portal. It takes me back, I feel creative and creative thoughts spark new ideas. Clouds and rain are not always a bad thing. Of course there are things you can't do in the rain. But there are a lot of things that you can do. Of course that is rhetorical. Or is it? I mean, it's just there. That saying. You don't have to abide by it. It's just there and for everyone to see and no one needs to answer anything about it. Why? Because sometimes there is no answer. Like clear meaning to what I'm saying here. You just do. You just think and get catapulted back to that time when things were different. You feel they were good times, because the future is already known. But back then a few steps forwards was just as uncertain as they are now. So perspective comes into play. Perspective when you look out the window and see the clouds roiling, or maybe they aren’t roiling, maybe they are just sitting there like nice fluffy puffs of cotton candy. Maybe lines were cut into the blue that expand and block out the sun. They don't have any food coloring, so they are white. Or maybe grey. But does that mean they are dirty? I don't tend to think so, but you can. They can be whatever you want for whatever you need. Maybe even albumin. Just let your mind focus on something, but don't hold on. Let go. Roam. Look around at the other ideas and thoughts and let them penetrate your mind and grab your hand as you freefall towards a point that was never there, or never there until you want it to be there. Of course you can fly. Why not? This isn't a dream, but it can be. Either way, hate to cut things short, but I have to fly. Talk soon.