I’m glad I’m not scared of heights–
this is amazing!
Nothing is ever really certain
The rainy days give ways to parted clouds
A chill in the air calms your skin
And soothes your nerves
This amazing mystery of every second
There for the taking, waiting
Anything you want it to be
Shape and change as you see fit
We build this world with every want
Every expectation and dream
Desires to craft a reality
From a certain uncertainty
There is a simplicity to existence that conscious ego will not tolerate. Your existence just is. It is not planned nor intended. You are, simply as you are. The most basic truth is so clearly in front of your face– base and predictable: human, primate, mammal, life– the truth bores as it insults ego. Delusions are so much more interesting– God, soul, love– they are real in effect of our every action, but they are as malleable as any childish whim. We shape these delusions with every want and expectation. Try it. Expect love and find it. Want God and see! The filters of perception are yours to control– we are masters to this shared delusion we often confuse with reality.
These are simply ideals, and we breathe them as necessary as air. What a curious primate.
Unfiltered reality– what does that mean? Is it even possible? We sometimes speak of it as beautiful, seeing things as they truly are– but is not that beauty another delusion, another filter? Unfiltered reality, I imagine, would be too boring and too simple to comprehend. It would be data with no metaphor, no symbol system, and none of the artful abstractions that we thrive on.
So then, curious primate, what is it that you want? Anything that you consider worth comprehending is possible; but still you persist in wondering about this most basic thing. Do what you like, and let none be the judge, you cannot help to do otherwise.
We are masters to our own delusion. Do what you want and shape every filter. Let life happen. Make art, love, and offer people a reason for their existence to matter.
It is all poetry and art, and all blissfully useless.