Tomorrow and beyond...the above book intrigued me as a youth, Me and sibling would look through book while listening to this song by Stanley Clark...
The two just seemed to go together, that whole 'fusion jazz' space fantasy scene or reality.
I remember looking through the pages of that book and just loosing self to each page of art, to each celestrial scene scape.
The tomorrows and possibilities that laid between the pages of that book sure seemed a lot more exciting than the tomorrows I'll be writing about in up coming posts.
I'm not really a fan of 'tomorrow' as you will soon see.
Tomorrow is decay, as far as I'm concerned, tomorrow brings things closer to you that you don't want to be close to. And by far tomorrow is the most destructive force known to man, and has evaporated the lives of billions over the years.
Tomorrow benefits some, but only for a brief moment in time.
If I had that watch in that old 80's movie 'The lion, the witch and the wardrobe', I'd freeze time and be content with 'now' forever...
Sadly can't find any trace of the 70's or 80's version.
Tomorrow takes people away from us that we don't want to leave.
And tomorrow introduces new personalities into our lives that we wish we never had to encounter.
Anyways, tomorrows calling me now in the form of sleep, I will lay down, fall asleep, and awaken to tomorrow.
I really don't need or want tomorrow to come rolling around
I don't need or want tomorrow to come rolling around.
If could freeze time right now I would.
Tomorrows rolling around to quickly, heck, if I could, I'd like to go back and relive last week and the week before, if anything I want to go backwards and go get more out of yesterday, the past, than was able to.
Tomorrow is meaningless to me right now, will bring nothing new, nothing exiting, just tragedy for countless many, injuries, deaths, sickness, auto crashes and more.
Many animals as well as people will be slain tomorrow, but if tomorrow never arrived, nothing bad would ever happen again.
Cause no matter how hard I work, bust my but, my fate or income will not change, at end of day will still be poor, or apart of working poor.
This idea that hard work results in prosperity is a myth, higher pay results in prosperity, not hard work.
And those who think hard work automatically equates into higher pay are stuck in the Normal Rockwell era of the 50s'.
Today, all hard work gets you is injured, or sore joints.
I've worked same job for at least 8 months now, and have seen no increase in checking account, it's as if what I spend is exactly what I make, regardless of how hard I work...I don't make any more for working hard than I do from slacking...(But I work hard anyways cause it's just part of my DNA).
But I'm also realistic and see it don't matter.
The job I have leaves you exhausted at end of shift, this idea that I should get second job is ridiculous, and most people who suggest that sit behind desk all day.
Try working in 90 degree plus heat for 10 hours, then tell me about getting second job, when all you can do when off is recover from first job.
Your body would break down, immune would fail, and you'd get sick from over exertion.
There are city administrators who earn 20 times more for simply sitting on azz all day doing nothing, so don't tell me 'Rich people work hard', for they do not, most rich people simply get paid a lot of money, regardless of how hard they work.
Conference calls all day long isn't work to me.
I'm tired and wore out, about ready to go homeless again and just get off the grid, live a simple life, same income but simpler life, that way at least can save.
Not trying to work full time for rest of useful life, just to be broke all of the time, would rather live for less, and work part-time, and keep same amount of money, than work full time, trying to keep up with the Jones, and always being near broke.
Why must tomorrow intrude into me life, happy with now.
Tomorrow, at least for me, doesn't bring much.
Those who still anticipate tomorrow, or have never dreaded it, are in different 'spots' of existence plain, good for them.
But even they, one day, will come to realize how corrosive tomorrow is...oh sure for a time 'tomorrow' may seem bright and promising, but eventually tomorrow will show it's teeth, and start taking friends, family, and health away from you.
Last Edit: Jan 29, 2017 22:38:51 GMT -5 by X factor