Nate Bunnyfield (natebunnyfield) wrote,
Nate Bunnyfield

Trying hard to not try so hard – is damn easy.

And that's maybe why I have been into what I consider genuine Zen Buddhist discipline since I found out about it in a dictionary entry, then a book, then many more books at the Library in NYC with the lions and finally there was a wonderful moment on a train around Philly, having it all click.

I like it when it clicks.

Click click click.

It's good when people aren't crying and screaming and tearing their eyes out.

Click click click.

Liam mentioned that I don't write like I speak, so I thought I'd give it a try.

Oh! Umm.. youknowwhat'scool? I was sitting in the car after getting, umm, money outta tha atm and I looked ahead, and I just stopped. I froze. It was one of them inspired moments so I took a pictureofit and... well, a few actually, and drove on.

Yeah, it's that one from... in the last post, the one from behind the wheel.

When I read words, I imagine the author speaking them. I hope everyone does this, because it's nice to have friends with you in your head.

And his means some of you who've I've never met talk really funny. Or quiet and emo-y. And some get really excited and drool or maybe space out your words in between drags from cigarettes.

But you're all drop dead gorgeous, really.
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