Last night I was meant to share a photo here but I think I was too tired to do that as it required the bare minimum of thinking and I didn’t have much energy by the end of the day. It wasn’t a busy day but I think my walk in the morning took it out of me as I burned a lot of the energy I had in one go and I didn’t quite recover. Such is the way of things when you go too hard, or at least when I go too hard.
I think that there is a lesson in there somewhere about utilising resources and making sure you have enough to get through a day but it is a lesson I refuse to learn and so in refusing to learn I will continue on my journey of tiring myself out as much as possible whenever possible so as to be able to do as little as possible in order to become a better version of myself.
It’s a long path.
I think that today should be a good day, but most days should be good days, but most days are just days and I’m just trying to have them represent more than what they are. Then again, maybe I’m trying to have them represent less than what they are and ultimately I can’t, and truthfully I have no idea as to what it is that I’m going on about. As such, the most optimal option here would be to just stop but I won’t do that as I have space to take up and I need to take up that space by going on at length about things that don’t matter.
Maybe I should strive to write the longest thing I can that is also completely devoid of any content. I wonder if that is possible. Perhaps it is; maybe not today, but I imagine some time down the track once I’ve mastered the art of advising of and providing absolutely nothing in far too many words to make it worth the time to read, and yet somehow you’re captivated to continue on just in case, if that is indeed even an art at all.
I believe it could fall under the art of deception.
Anyway, I think that there are times where there are other, more pertinent things to consider, but perhaps this is a goal that I should work toward. Perhaps it is a goal of the most lofty of goals and I should work toward it and get to where I want to get to on that path which is the end of the path. However, I need to remember that there is no end point in the process of creation for you always work to improve and get better. You dedicate yourself and you follow that which you need to follow and you just keep on going for it is an ongoing process of learning and growing as an artist, or something.
The time it took to write five-hundred words: 05:59:68
Took me far too long to get anywhere with this.
Perhaps it could’ve been a rumination on the process of creation.
Written at home.