what the heck do I know?

The older I get, the less I know.

Here’s what I do know:

sometimes

there isn’t a deeper meaning

sometimes

the layers are on the same plane

unzip your paranoia for a moment

and maybe I will too

but I’m pretty sure yours will take longer

so I’ll give you a head start

because

I know there are layers…

 

8 comments

    1. Reply

      Haha nooooo I’m in a constant state of bafflement, and the more aware I become, the more baffled. This is why I thank God regularly for chocolate, wine, and WP. Hmmm sounds like a post title πŸ™‚

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  1. Reply

    I love this theme! I relish the liberation not knowing brings. U used to know everything and as a result had no compassion for any time I stumbled, because “I knew better!”

    Thanks for sharing.

    Jon

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    1. Reply

      You bring up an interesting point, Jon, about compassion, for self, and others. That is so true. And, for people of faith, as I am, it’s one place where the rubber meets the road with anxiety issues, believing in the promise that God will work good out of our messes. We’re only human, afterall, stumbling is inevitable. There’s always a story, right? Ugh, I’ve judged from the outside too often. Compassion is truly liberating!

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