xylophones and zebras

i don’t always have coffee but sometimes i do. i make patterns in some things and avoid them in others. i like to avoid doing things in sequence that seem predictable. like smoking for example. i rarely smoke at work or during the day. not that it makes it any better. i love croissants. plain. butter. i don’t mind so much when it rains.

it’s like winter, you have to dress for it.  wellies are obvious.  sabrina said ‘you have so many’ rain jackets. that’s because when it rains i get sad sometimes and when i have a nice jacket to wear i shift my perception that day and go ‘yes! i get to wear my rain coat’.

it’s about perception. thunder roar and lightning bolt. when i was studying kabbalah i learned about shifting how i traditionally look at things and seeing them from different angles. when you step outside your comfort level or normal behavior and look at things differently, you create open space for positivity in your life.  you just gotta stay focused.  you just gotta stay focused.

this is what my cup said today, so true.

the way i see it #297

When I was young I was mislead by flash cards

into believing that xylophones and

zebras were much more common.


  1. February 22, 2010 / 5:40 pm

    so true, those un-common xylophones and zebra's – set's us up for this amazingly diverse world – and then you grow up and it's not such, UNLESS you make it such for yourself 🙂

  2. February 22, 2010 / 7:22 pm

    keyword is: make it such for yourself ! hazaaaaaaaa!

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