As Zorba exclaimed, "Life is trouble, only death is not! To be alive is to undo your belt and look for trouble!". I don't know if I would agree completely with that sentiment, but there are times when we should perhaps open our eyes to new possibilities, look beyond the horizon. If I had taken a different path in my earlier life I might be in a different situation today. Why do we follow a particular lifestyle, a particular philosophy, and allow ourselves to be trapped in what seems a dead end pursuit? I recall a statement by a friend, Leigh Tingle some years ago; he is now deceased. He was asking the question, Why do we acquire whatever wisdom we do acquire in our old age? That is not a verbatim quote, but close to the essence of his query.
There was a time when I was employed and earning reasonably good wages for the time. Why didn't I save more wisely, or use those finances more wisely? Why did I spend money on the expensive hobbies? So I find myself at this time of my sojourn on the plane still asking questions and not all about life on the physical level.
I may have spent all these years survivng and also enjoying myself at times and life is a diverse pattern of pleasure and pain. My present project is to ealise some electronic music although not in the teen rock, techno genre, and I would welcome contact with similar minded peole to improve my knowledge and discuss some concepts. I also would like to get a club of like minded people operating where the exchange of ideas could take place. Is anybody interested? Is there anybody out there reading this? Contact me either through the Journal, or at firstname.lastname@example.org
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