We can be perfect. Maybe not by the imperfect standards of others. But they say nobody's perfect. They don't believe in perfection. They never watched a bird in flight, headed south. Perfect. A baby crying for food, perfect. Our consciousness can be perfect, if even for a minute. That means we can too. There are games that are impossible to be perfect at. Then there are parlor games such as pool, darts and bowling. You can be perfect at those sometimes, if you practice. The same goes with life. If we think we can't be perfect, then it is impossible. If we aspire to think perfect thoughts, then those thoughts aspire forever. Forever. I fail all the time, but it is my own fault, because I try things that are said to be impossible. Why not?
I looked up and saw the meteors in my daddies eyes fiery dreams that had been held up by a wish and a prayer I saw his disappointment that the show ended too soon but perhaps one day there'll be a time for us to shoot the moon
Aspiration? A tricky call. I’m more than willing to give you a leg up, but I can’t define where you’ll climb, or I’ll be the *** who assumes
your *** might become an astronaut, an assassin for hire, or just gain enough cash to survive, or be proudly working class, or to clash with the establishment and bring them crashing down your *** might want to work hard and fast or be happy to rock up comfortably last the amount of possibilities are vast and equally valid and yours
I’ll lend a mind, some thoughts, some words to help but for each self to realise themselves, I’ll not assume, we know what that would make us
It doesn't matter how long it took before we met each other. What matter most was how well we'd ever stay together longer. On our journey of trust, honesty fuels the motion. Loving you is a mission with commitment to bringing us to a rightful destination. Baby you're my aspiration, my dream in whom lies my whole vision. #C9_fm
I need to feel to understand the meaning of my experiences in comparison to my needs and aspirations.
But my feelings happen intuitively and prior to careful evidence-based reasoning and so my feelings are not philosophically reasonable and so my feelings are dangerous if I use my feelings to define what reality is.
I protect myself from unphilosophical unreasonable feelings by never enacting my feelings, by never reacting motivated by feelings; rather I use my feelings only as information that I am having feelings and so my needs and aspirations may be affected in some way by my experiences which led to my feelings; then I reflect on my experiences to philosophically reasonably discover how it is most useful for me to feel to achieve my optimal joy an happiness.