Tuesday, January 13, 2015

You talk too fast, sounds like blah blah blah



Life is slower in the country and should be.
I guess you could say it's like the saying.
"Turn on, tune in, drop out."
"Through the use of psychedelics and by detaching themselves
from the existing conventions and hierarchies in society."
Meaningful in small towns. 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turn_on,_tune_in,_drop_out

But really you don't need psychedelics, maybe smoke some catnip
if you are broke, but the point is the point why make life bad for your self.
Zen out or you could say let the gripers gripe can't make them not, so
turn on, tune in, drop out and hear the blah, blah, blah!
You let it go in the end you know you come back to where you started
kind of like working at Walmart! So it's pointless to stress!
If it's bad run away, don't feel trapped! 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IM7YqsJyV0s

In school I remember a coach saying to me "Don't fight the waterfall."
A bit of Zen for the times it was the 80's but I got it, and life was good!

If you are in a small town then you are not in a big city.
Really if you make $6+ after taxes than you are not in a big city.
A big city would be like $12 hour for the same job.
So why stress like you make $12 when you make $6?
You get the job done but without the stress of $12 an hour worth of it.
Work your $6 an hour and turn off the other $6 of it to blah, blah, blah!

So really everyone needs to tell the city foke, Jitterbug type bosses
"You talk to fast, sounds like your saying blah, blah, blah!"
If you dare! I told a Walmart support manager once,
"I can only work faster at one place at one time, Im working faster over here,
I will work faster over there when im done here working faster."
Also said "I can't clone my self!" Something like that! Yes I did!

So really the point is to slow down enjoy life because acting like a
dog chasing it's tail you find yourself back where you started!

~~~~Enjoying Life in the Slow Lane
“There is more to life than increasing its speed.” —Mohandas K. Gandhi
http://www.becomingminimalist.com/enjoying-life-in-the-slow-lane

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