Make It Or Break It
As I wake, I look out the window and never fail to spot a trace of hope no matter what weather. For as long as oxygen still has its dance going, I know I can go on. Oxygen is a very literate thing as it is an extensive metaphor.
Little oxygen = Dying hope
More oxygen = Bursts of creativity.
As literate as oxygen gets, we stop breathing once oxygen says Adios or Hasta La Vista, Baby. It is just as bad when the metaphoric facet of oxygen quits; we lose sight of the doorway in our visions to the point of it all. “It all” boils down to why we are jiving or not around here. We are here and it is more than just growing out of ape-hood. If it was really about growing out of ape-hood, why are “advanced” scientists poking, scraping, puncturing holes in apes and their friends’ bodies and organs. Issues will be issues but ignorance stands because of unclarity. So, oxygen, literal and metaphoric, make nice and bond with it as if you were a vegetable growing out of a garden.
More often than not, thoughts are a lot simpler than we conceive them to be. That is practically a ready explanation for the rampantly common frustration of lacking solutions. It could also easily explain why so many of us overlook our unseen guidance. We often expect something in concrete or, at least, direct writing. That is too much of a legality for those who work at keeping our hearts open if you get what I am saying. After all, if the heart is not open, then something is sure to crack in and let light through. It is just as real as the Newton’s Law or even paying the bills. More or less, sheer acceptance is often more of a struggle than a process. However, it is still a process.
Love is not an emotion. Infatuation or lust are two extremely common emotions that are often misunderstood for love. Desperation in disguise can make for a false jackpot as well. If anything, those experiences of hitting “false jackpots” are not supposed to be lesser than nothing because they are not of “true love”. They are, I repeat, are stepping stones for that if we are willing to receive such lessons, both small and big. Stepping stones are tools for our growth,… without them, how can we top a mountain? Small or big, every mountain has its top. Allow yourself become the top piece.
Stephanie Gasco is the shell of an everlasting piece of work.