A point of view Wednesday July 13, 2005, 3 comments

I hold the whole of creation in my mind
its hopes and dreams
its fears and nightmares.

Every night when I go to sleep
the universe winks out of existence
and blinks back into being when I wake up.

There is no thought
good or bad that I haven’t already had
and no action that I haven’t already contemplated.

I am the grace of an angel
and the temptation of a devil.
The whole of creation rides in my mind.


Comments

Thomas Wednesday July 13, 2005


snapping fingers

on a side note…
One of these days the guy whose dream this really is, that we’re all living in, will wake up – or die – and we’ll all be screwed.

Jorge Thursday July 14, 2005


I’ll make sure I don’t wake up then, Thomas.

Thomas Thursday July 14, 2005


Very glad to hear that Jorge…

* dream I’m a millionaire *

I’m thankful to finally meet the big guy in charge of my life… Not complaining, mind you, but I was wondering if I could make a few suggestions… for my life, that is…

* dream I’m a millionaire *

I could e-mail you, we could chat-chat, and come to some type of reasonable change

* dream I’m a millionaire *

However, I’ve heard that some people are very suggestible while sleeping.

* dream I’m a millionaire *

Is this true?

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