Words are an encumbrance
Words are an encumbrance to thought.
When we wish for direct communication with the inner nature of things
It is the consciousness of reason that holds us back.
Thus we can only regard these outward trappings, as obstacles,
On the way to gaining a clear perception of truth.
You cannot do everything
Do everything for everyone
Do everyone else’s job as well as your own
Take responsibility for everyone else’s actions
Neglect your own duties
You can only do so much each day.
Is what you are doing
Is what you are doing what you are supposed to be doing?
Is what you are doing what you are actually doing?
Is what you could be doing is doing nothing?
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The importance of things
Do the important things in your life fit into the way you want to live?
And have you set your priorities in the right order?
And what’s the result?
Do you know what you are supposed to be doing with your life?
And if you don’t know, you had better find out before it’s over
And if you do know, are you doing it?
We are ever insensitive
We are ever insensitive to those who love and provide for our needs
In silence and without reward,
But the time will come
When for our heartlessness and assumptions upon their loyalty,
That we shall find ourselves alone and abandoned
By these the noblest of friends.
Today has come
Today has come no matter what we have done
Whether we embrace its individuality
Change with the times
Whether we resist it
Try to stay in yesterday
Nevertheless, it is so
We can either develop with it
Control our destiny
Or die in the memories of the past,
For today must be welcomed, for it is.