Tuesday, 13 March 2007

Attention: Smoking can cause serious damage to reality.

Inhale. Don't look down, you' ll step on someone... Walk faster, ask for directions, you are lost... Traffic jam... People walking as fast as they can to make it on time... Where am I walking to so slowly? Inhale. Fag put out.

Inhale. I feel dizzy. Tobacco rings wreathing the square. O mind, where art thou? Left alone and sad, like the first day at school. Inhale. Look down, you look like a suspect. Don't cross sight, you have nothing to say. Get out of this mess. Inhale. My throat is on fire. Fag put out.

Inhale. Divine music spread in my head. "Audio reality" is much better than plain reality. Inhale. I am not walking. I want to escape all this. You can do it. Follow the music into the nearest state of mind. Inhale. I am here. Escape some other time, now you are busy, loser. Inhale. Fag put out.

Inhale. I am here. How long am I standing in front of this screen? Has it been forever? Can you reach immortality only when bored? Inhale. Basic action. Proceed with the ordinary. Inhale.

Freeze! Every chemical reaction that leads to thinking is from now on strictly forbidden. Despair is not appropriate for offices. Inhale. Fag put out.

3 comments:

Shrenk said...

Hi, i like your view on reality but why? Why smoking can cause serious damage to reality? Sometimes can cause good to reality? What is reality? What is your approach to reality? Always reality is connected to you the way you want.

Michael said...

@shrenk: "What is reality?" Interesting question... Is reality perceivable by ones senses (feel, touch, smell ...)? Is it perceivable only with thought? Is there something opposed to reality? What's the opposite of reality? Is reality subjective or universal?

@daisies: Smoking and writing...

industrialdaisies said...

@shrenk & michael: Definitions and descriptions may serve our need for communication. An effort to create communication, to believe that we can actually make someone understand the exact thing we speak of at the moment. Maybe we should approach reality in our own way, away from dictionaries and known "formulas"... Describe or approach terms (especially tricky ones like) "reality" through reasonable arguments may end up in perceiving reality in a personal, subjective, limited, non-communicative way. And maybe as long as reality changes, and we do too, we shouldn't seek for steady or accurate descriptions. Everything will flow...