29 January 2014


There is this noise between our ears and its eating up all our creative space.

Notice that we are continuously justifying, reasoning, rationalizing, reconfirming (our point of view), planning, scheming and not the least judging. These internal dialogues waste our precious thought-bandwidths. External (work) pressures can change of dialogue priority. A trauma can temporarily kill all of the conversation threads, but none for too long.

It would seem like there is only one negative thing in this world and it is our personal software called the mind.

It is necessary to kill some of the cluttering dialogues to clear the space for some calm. Another reason to do this is because too much noise do not allow for decisions to happen; without a stand vacillation between places causes tempest within the mind’s ocean.

But if the mind is still, it will clear and one sees.

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