I was Beside Myself

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: True Confessions  |  House: Booksie Classic
Being in a place that is more open minded.

Submitted: May 09, 2011

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By Benji Crow

200 words 2006

Fragmentations threaten both the make-up of our society and the integrity of our Earth. We treat the world as inherently divivded, disconnected and broken up into yet smaller parts considered essentially independent and self-exsistatnt. Its a classical idea of seperation of the world int distinct but interacting parts is no longer valid or relevant. We have to regard the universe as an undivided and unbroken whole.

Af first I came to California to get away from all the fragmentation. Here in Cali everyone is more open-minded than in Utah, and people here except more open minded thinkers. But Cali has it own limits as well. One comes to a realization there is no exscaping. There is only balancing coherence.

My best means of dilling with this issue is to meditate, focus on the fragmentation, and then balance it or fix it.

It's real easy to get beside my self, all I have to do is go shopping in public. There it is easy to see. Teh way parents handle thier children in public, or what people find expectable these days. Blah blah blah my brain is quiting. (maybe later finish this) Started strong and finished weak, I just dont know were I was going with all this.


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