• pondering philosophic

    by  • November 20, 2017 • * Safe for Work *, Waxing Poetic • 3 Comments

    what is the most precious gift in life?

    is it love?




    what, what is it that provides us with all
    or any of it

    what, what provides us even the chance
    for all, or any

    any happiness at all


    moments in time

    precious, oh so precious

    more so then anything else

    tick tock

    without time what do we have?
    what is left when there is none?
    no time for…
    blah blah blah

    duty calls somehow or another
    we have to, should do, will do, could do

    yes in all life
    time, time is the most precious thing

    without time
    we have nothing
    nothing at all

    with the time given to us
    it’s so very important
    how we spend it

    is it really worth running after
    what we are running after?
    are we mostly wasting it?

    tick tock

    mine is three quarter (actually more) spent

    yeah time is most precious
    and yet
    I am wasting it running & diverting my soul
    trying to deny
    what i know is true

    problem is
    the common contradiction

    time is precious
    the most precious
    in life

    death comes undeniably at it’s own timing

    3 Responses to pondering philosophic

    1. britney
      November 22, 2017 at 11:34 am

      Happiness……that is the most precious gift in life! If you have that or found that then everything else falls into place at some point.

      • Time
        November 25, 2017 at 4:02 am

        Happiness is different things to different people, you are sweet but nobody can obtain happiness, or anything without the time to do so, to be. It is a bit like the hen or egg pondering but not really because in the end it’s pretty clear. Especially when taken literally.

        • Britney
          November 29, 2017 at 3:29 pm

          If you are born and alive you have been allotted time. How much we get isn’t up to us. The point is that spending every second given being either happy or in search of happiness should be a prime goal. What makes one person happy doesn’t make the next. You have to figure out what your happiness is and achieve it.

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