Today looks like…no sex and more familial chores. I guess I’m a celibate monk turned to altruism or something.
Does anyone throw a dog a bone and the cats catnip?
I’m sure I seem to remember someone saying good things “come” to those who wait.
So I shall wait like a burning fire in the midst of an ignorant night,
Like a sun’s light seeking to touch the body of the moon
Like a caterpillar at last emerging from the cocoon
The fruit of the loom blooms
While decay begins to act upon it
Weaving the wilted tomb of dust
Of lovers and loving lust
I need a wet horny cunt with a beautiful loving heart like I need to breathe to continue to exist, I don’t think you quite understand.
Surely there is a California stoner chick out there just for me. :’( Surely someone’s vagina or cock out there wants me right now. :’(
I’ve been musing on shape-shifting lately, it’s kind of a quality of myself. I have been told I look like various famous people, for example, and this can change depending on the person and their perspective. I probably get Jim Morrison the most.
Change has always been a focus of mine. One of my favorite cartoon bits as a kid is the one where they are drinking potions which increase their size, until they are so big the world is like a little baseball they stand upon. One of my favorite Goosebump books is a choose-your-own path kind of one where you can choose to take the potion that makes you smaller or bigger. I never got so much into Alice in Wonderland but I was always fond of the idea of Alice growing bigger or smaller.
Transformation is a key element of my nature. Astrologically, we can point to all of my Scorpio placements, Scorpio being The Transformer of the zodiac..
"Change is stability, and stability is change," as many are probably familiar with.
It is interesting how as much as things change, they also remain fundamentally the same. Despite differences, life is fractal in nature..
All life is stages of transformation. We are born, a state of transformation of energy put into a slow vibration. We live, and grow, transforming through time and space. Death is also just transformation, and not the end of all ends..
I have found it important to be aware of my own patterns and others’ to change myself based on these observations. Inbetween the patterns lies their sameness, their eternalness…
I still have some of that baggage from my upbringing, kind of like Crowley did.
I am eager to burn the baggage, lol.