Sometimes saying “yes” to things we don’t want to do makes the experience difficult, a tension quite similar to when we say “no” to things that we should be doing. Washing the dishes has often kept him from more important tasks. Regardless of the number of dishes or how long they have been sitting with the residue of some previous dinner that he may have shared with a pleasant guest, he finds his way to the sink adding to the recipe for procrastination another batch of minutes. The water takes a while to warm and even longer to get hot. He leaves the water to run before beginning the scrub. Dishes done he glances at the broom and thinks to himself about what really needs to get done as he reaches for it. With the little shit out of the way he now has a clean start to work with. But first… /// Being pissed off about things makes him more pissed off. He doesn’t like to be upset, the feeling of wasted energy consumes him when it happens in turn making him more upset. The situation is similar to when people freak out in water. If they could find somewhere within themselves to calm the fuck down for a second the help that has come to save them could do just that, help. This could quite possibly be a horrible analogy. But as the thought came about it made complete sense, maybe not so much, oh well. /// (1.2 million people around the world die by drowning every year, that is more than two persons per minute). /// You should hug somebody longer than usual today, but you should really mean it.
Camaron de la Isla - La Virgen Hizo Una Sopa [ En Vivo ]