Anger, forgiveness, and sidenotes
Trip Start May 11, 2009
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the releasing of anger is like one day going down into the dingy basement of an old building, taking out the master key and opening the thick lock, looking into the eyes of prisoners of war and telling them they are free to go. it is walking them out the door and hugging them goodbye. it is asking for their forgiveness underneath the hot sunlight that beats down only on a desert. it is the silence in between the spoken words. dried lips and parched mouths, these prisoners look back and say yes. we forgive as long as you forgive yourself.
forgiveness is water.
forgiveness is water. source of life. it is the rains for the plants, it is the anatomies of our bodies, it is the oceans of salt. cleansing into rebirth.
i am so tired of the only ways to connect with my peers here by drinking alcohol or smoking weed.
this culture of consumption has really got us all fooled.
if one more person asks me if i want a plastic bag, i will officially go bonkers.
television rots the soul.
gasoline is heroin. we will keep drilling until we are dead.
geeeeeeeeet me out of suburbia! where is the aloha?