A needle of Hope
amid a haystack of Chaos.

147.85 days — Br8king Time's Hold

Created: Tuesday, May 3rd, 2005
18:56:43 UTC

At least 147.82 days, or 4 months, 27 days 19 hours 41 minutes of Hope remaining...

I realized today while driving to work that this very website — actually just one part of it — has tied me into The Futhre / Anticipation exponentially more than any thing since I largely freed myself from Time's servitude in late 2003.

For those of you that don't know, time is an utter illusion. The best measurer of change is actually the synchronicities that occur in your life...Think about it! We go through life and all of a sudden — BAM! — we haev to try hard to remember how we became who we are. No. The Past does not make us who we are today; this is a grand fallacy. The synchronicities in our lives make us who we are.

I forget which book I read it in. I believe it was "When God Winks". The idea was that when given eternity, temporal time (seconds, minutes) were ludicrous; instead in the whole of wholes we chart our progress through synchronicities, which when in higher states we recognize far more regularly than when in low states.

[woah...my site ranks number 2 for the *highly* competitive term "Houston Astros Tickets" on MSN Search :o Out of 236,529,079, I love ranking #2 :-)]

Anyway, I don't need an alarm clock either. I haven't needed one for many years. I wake up exactly when I tell myself I need to, or far more frequently whenever I have to be up. E>g. 8:30 most days. I have never been late to work and every one is shocked that I get there precisely at 9:01 PM. I'm *not* anal either I'm just perfect in this regard. This stuff happens innately because I choose to and have faith in my divinity in at least this one regard. I'm also highly pre-cognitive by nature and this helps.

In the words of Ishmael the Ape, we are only imperfect because we believe we can never be perfect. So change your mind today!

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