• One Man’s Trash…?

    by  • March 5, 2013 • * Safe for Work *, Thoughts • 1 Comment

    Hi

    I get so worried about it, and all I want to do is cry sort of, but that doesn’t ever seem to solve the problem. Listening to music makes me kind of emotional and so I turn on the Christian Rock. At least I can count on God? I’m actually not too sure how I feel about that…I want to be somewhere warm, like the beach. I think that would be the beginnings of better; I mean to feel the sea breeze. I’d really like to get there. And I’d love to laugh sometime.

    Hah, and I probably dream too much. But it only happens in my sleep and I don’t sleep often enough. I should try meditating more. It’s so cold in the park these days but the world is beautiful. Sometimes it seems that the beauty is hidden under garbage. And there’s that other saying, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Could that mean that one man’s problem is more cope-able than the next, or like the grass is greener on the other side? I don’t know, I think I should stop thinking for a while, maybe stop being so hopeful, maybe start taking charge. Down with hope? Or is that too negative?

    -Catch

    One Response to One Man’s Trash…?

    1. Bella F.
      March 5, 2013 at 7:09 pm

      Reading this is a treasure to me.

      I’m not sure what it is that’s brought you to post this here, but I like it… it feels like something I’ve felt: something sweet and yet sad, and oh-so-introspective.

      You should go to the beach if you can, I know I would if I could. It’s been a really long time since I’ve done something like that… warm breezes and the sun on my skin, the sound of the waves hitting the shore, and the smell of the salt water. I really miss all of that.

      Yeah, even I find a lot of little things that most people over look in this the world, can actually be quite beautiful. And like you, I find I just have to take the time to get out in it (the world), to remember this.

      Even if it’s just a walk to my own mailbox, still, there’s so much to see and take in, simple little things, but then they all add up, yes they do.

      So, thank you for your post, it’s ‘helped’ to remind me once again that there are still things to treasure in this world, no matter what.

      Oh, and I wouldn’t say exactly ‘down with hope’, but I think I get what your are trying to state… that there’s a time for hoping, and then there’s also a time for ‘doing’… but if I’m wrong about that, then sorry for presuming. Still, I enjoyed reading your post and it has given me something ‘positive’ to take from it.

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