Sunday, June 1, 2014

pictures in the mind

pictures in the mind [1]
by tra n. s. fixed

pictures in the mind
frozen place (and time)
vibrant or sublime (what are we?)
pictures in the mind

* who/what are we?

* our ‘past’ is a bundle of neurosynaptic connections that paint a picture of experiences, giving us a sense of self-ie.

* how others perceive us… is also ‘us’ – in the sense that their neurosynaptic connections formulate pictures and me-mories in their minds.  this is (very often) very different than our own perception.

* his-story is (often) the written interpretation of someone who may (or may not) have the slightest idea of the who, what, when, where, why and how.  they write, and others interpret.

* connection… can happen when our own sense experience is experienced (in like) by another, and (furthermore) reported to others as f-act.

…but isn’t it ALL (still) interpretation?  aren’t some of your best memories the ones you have forgotten?

* the dead are (often) remembered best – based upon the storyteller… and even that is bound to be skewed, flawed, tainted.

* who/what are we?

maybe every Play (every act, in fact) is different… interpreted by self and others.  maybe it’s beneficial to See others (and self) in the best of Light.  that is, if we don’t want life to be a fight.

maybe we can find… that special space and time; that song and dance, in kind… with pictures in the mind.

[1] martineau, l. (6.1-2.14).  round trip © 2014 by

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