Thursday, October 29, 2015

Ever Get FUCKING HIGH on Someone's Mind?

It's the way I feel when I listen to "West Coast" by Fidlar, or watch "Interstellar," a film by Christopher Nolan. It's based on shared experiences and curiosities about the way the universe works. You know? The deep conversations about the nature of the universe you had as a kid but explored so expertly by someone who knows their shit? It's the attractiveness of competence combined with incredibly artistic expression.



Checked out, I'm waiting for the weekend
Coked up, It's alright I'm leaving
But I don't ever wanna go
Skip school, I'm already failing
Told mom and dad that I'm bailing
Now we're driving up the coast

The mysteries of the universe are not just about space and time but the social dynamics of relationships, the efficacy of campaigns, the financial success of business endeavors.

It's the juxtaposition of your mind next to those who can answer such questions as:
"Why doesn't she/he like me anymore?"
"Why can't I change their minds?"
"Why did my plans fall flat?"

It's also shared success with all this stuff.

Just some thoughts. 



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