How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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This is most decidedly a Grateful Dead morning. I'm awake, refreshed, and self aware again. You know, last night's little episode happens two or three times a year, and I think that's all too common. But the thing is, rebelling against it is quite silly- there's nothing to rebel against, because that would be a rebellion against my self... a denial of my own self.

That sucks.

But, that doesn't mean that I have to wallow in it either- I don't have to lose control all the time. What I need to do is really get to know those loss of control moments, examine them, and understand them for the goodness that they are- for there is some there. Then I can work on directing them somehow. Lord knows there's alot of force behind them, amazing amounts of energy. Give that force a form... and then we've got something to work with.

This could be very, very cool.

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