Saturday, December 23, 2017

Dissatisfaction

Don't go looking for trouble

When everything is right in our world, boredom can set in and then we may become our own worse enemy. 
The energy of wands cannot just be contained; there has to be movement, something to keep life interesting.  If there is not some sort of excitement then we have to make it.  It is in the making that can get us in trouble.

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  1. I wonder if that thought is what is behind the saying, "leave well enough alone." I have known people addicted to chaos; they couldn't stand for too much stability or routine in their life.

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    1. Leave well enough alone was advice I have been given. Sometimes you just can't do that. I had a habit of it when I was younger; just had to mix things up just for a bit of excitement. Most days I don't even want to dust the wands much less take one down and 'stir the pot.'

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  2. I wonder if there is an analogy akin to determination to stand on a stool and take a higher, normally unreachable knife?

    dust the wands :) I did have a dear friend who was addicted to drama. I will always miss her, and even the distanced drama. Maybe it was safe drama, drama that couldn't hurt me. Interesting thought...

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    1. I have been in the role of drama queen a few times in my life.

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