Day, blah, all of that stuff.
It is a morning and it is a morning where there will be more things that involve throwing myself at walls so as to be able to knock down those walls.
Gotta be tough. Gotta be solid. Gotta be able to knock down the walls and in knocking down the walls need to be able to get back up again. This involves a strong training regiment that involves getting stronger and training rigorously and vigorously so as to be able to get stronger. Therefore there needs to be training of the strength and in that training of the strength there need to be tests of endurance.
Here’s how it will all work: I’ll start doing the training. Whilst I am doing the training, I will keep on training and whilst I keep on training I will train some more. I will get the training done and whilst I am getting the training done I will do more training, thus compounding upon the training with more training. There will be a lot of training and in all of that training the true heart of strength and endurance will be discovered.
Whilst this is all going on I will be facing many walls and I will be knocking them all down. I will be looking to break barriers with my rugged and muscular exterior and I will keep pushing onward like a greased god of power, and I will slide around like a fish out of water.
there will be no thrashing about, for there will be no time to thrash. There might be the facing of trash and taking that to the bin of disposing trash, but beyond that there will be no facing of trash.
Anyway, the training will commence and it will have a lengthy period, with that period of length being whatever it takes, and then after the training there will be the knocking down of the walls. Through this knocking down of the walls there will be barriers that are removed. They will be removed as they will be knocked down and then there will be more training, for the need to build on one’s endurance and strength is needed so as to be able to keep on knocking down walls and breaking barriers. There will be larger ones and in their morass borne from their existence and sheer, nigh-overwhelming numbers, they will invite the taking down so that there may be less barriers and walls.
Therefore, once that is all done, there can be rest, unless there are more walls that appear, for if more walls appear, then more must be knocked down. Therefore, as there could be more required, that can only mean one thing and therefore that one thing must be done.
There will be more training as there will be a continuing need to build up on the strength and the endurance that is required to take on a task so arduous, intense and heroic in nature.
The time it took to write five-hundred words: 06:15:47
I wrote this earlier today.
It became pretty silly early on and so I decided to work with that as I wanted to see if I could make it work. It probably doesn’t, but I enjoyed writing what I wrote.