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28 August 2004 @ 03:15 pm
One less thing...  
Well, it turns out the Xiu Xiu/Mirah gig is OCTOBER 17th, not September 17th. So, that we can definately make. And Amanda, we expect you to come too.

I feel less frustrated, but a little deflated. The fact I haven't eaten yet today may be part of that too. Time to go home soon.
 
 
Mood: draineddrained
 
 
 
S0n of N00nbibble on August 29th, 2004 12:37 am (UTC)
see AND we took care of our anni. without even trying! we didn't even DO anything!

it's brilliant how that stuff works isn't it?

best thing when all that fear and worry and anger pops up is to ride it (let it pass through you/absorb it/some other such metaphor) or direct it somewhere creative or useful (if you can handle it). i know it sounds afterschoolspecialcheeze but, like, f'rreal. this is what i've ascertained.
S0n of N00n: heh (etc)bibble on August 29th, 2004 12:41 am (UTC)
yeah, like that shoulda been "this is from what i've ascertained'. because i'm not an android.
S0n of N00nbibble on August 31st, 2004 04:33 pm (UTC)
i read this today in the book of thoth and thought of you:

"We must understand, first of all, that the root of Moral Responsibilit, on which man stupidly prides himself as distinguishing him from the other animals, is Restriction, which is the Word of Sin. Indeed, there is truth in the Hebrew fable, that the knowledge of Good and Evil brings forth Death. To regain Innocence is to regain Eden. We must learn to live without the murderous consciousness that every breath we draw swells the sails which bear our frail vessels to the Port of the Grave. We must cast out Fear by Love; seeing that every Act is an Orgasm, their total issue cannot be but Birth. Also, Love is the law: thus every act must be Righteousness and Truth. By certain meditations this may be understood and established; and this ought to be done so thoroughly that we becoe unconscous of our Sanctification, for only then is Innocence made perfect. This state is, in fact, a necessary condition of any proper contemplation of what we are accustomed to consider the first task of the Aspirant, the solution of the question. "What is my True Will?" For until we become innocent, we are certain to try to judge our Will from the outside, whereas Tue Will should spring, a fountain of Light, from within, and flow unchecked seething with Love, into the Ocean of Life."