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dreams [Dec. 18th, 2010|11:40 am]
david gerberding
I'm smarter in my dreams. I swear.

I have this theory that may touch on actual theories our there, I don't know. But somehow, we are all one. All of us, we are all connected in some way. Consciousness? Ultimate consciousness? Somehow, I'm part of you and you're part of me. We are all living through eachother.

And reincarnation may be real. If I am part of you now, who the fuck knows if after I die I come back reincarnated as you? Time isn't a line. It's an ocean with it's own currents, tides, waves, monsoons. Time is an illusion to make us content with labor. I am now. I am here. I am there. I was there. Plato and Elvis aren't dead; They are alive drinking martinis in the Bahamas.

I think dreams bring us into this realm, onto that level of consciousness... Where you may tap into other people's memories, other people's imaginations, knowledge... That kind of deal. Dreaming unhinges you from being you. Now there's all these characters still living, even after death, alive and well while you're asleep. If I can do math problems in my dreams but not awake, what does that say? That somehow... Somewhere.... There IS something else.

Dreams link us to this. Our consciousness takes us away from it.

I can see the world through your eyes. As you can mine. Just fall asleep.
.peace
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(no subject) [Sep. 26th, 2010|12:07 pm]
david gerberding
All my life, it feels like things are coming at me stronger and stronger. And I don't mean women, or art, or love, or feelings. But things, everything keeps getting bigger and bigger. The waves are higher and higher.

But every damn wave crashes and falls. Every big thing ends up ending. And it hits a point, where you wonder about... The last thing was THIS big. Was that it? Or is there something left to chase?

Hell.

Half the times I don't fuckin' know.


On the top of the world, I feel fine.

But every other damn time I'm on the bottom and ready to die. It's sad.

I know I won't do anything fucked up.

But shit has you questioning a whole lotta shit.

And sometimes that shit is depressing. Meh.
.peace
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(no subject) [Sep. 17th, 2010|11:41 am]
david gerberding
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kBycLynb-hI&feature=related
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(no subject) [Jul. 21st, 2010|10:45 am]
david gerberding
Let people think you're crazy. Only then can you prove to them you're really not.
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(no subject) [Jul. 20th, 2010|01:27 pm]
david gerberding
I've got a phantom limb by the name of sanity.
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(no subject) [Jul. 19th, 2010|03:26 pm]
david gerberding
'Yesterday I told myself that today will be a new day. It isn't. It's a shell of what tomorrow once represented. Everything is grey. Everything is empty today. There are no reasons, there is no fate. It's all random. Random little ants going about their way. A million dragonflies not spreading their wings. Butterflies content with bein' catterpillars. An airship graveyard. An eight foot wingspan that you clipped.'
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(no subject) [Jul. 17th, 2010|11:43 am]
david gerberding
If you can't accomplish today what you plan on accomplishing tomorrow, then you never will.
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Writer's Block: Ten minutes in heaven [Jul. 17th, 2010|11:36 am]
david gerberding
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If you could have 10 minutes alone with anyone in the world where you could do or say whatever you wanted without consequences, who would you choose and what would you do?
I'd take ten minutes alone with myself, put a gun to my head and pull the trigger. I'd watch my end. Then ten minutes later I'd wake up and realize today's a new day and this is the beginning of the rest of my life.
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(no subject) [Jul. 16th, 2010|11:34 am]
david gerberding
It's funny. The real historic times usually don't seem very historic at the time... And the times you think are gonna be historic really aren't.
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(no subject) [Jul. 15th, 2010|10:52 am]
david gerberding
The two things I am most afraid of are motivation and contentedness. With a little motivation one can do anything. With a little contentedness, one will do nothing.
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