I suppose that it all depends... as I am usually "very certain" in all my "uncertainty".
I think I know what you mean. Having been certain, and now not knowing much of anything, I have to wonder if it goes full-circle. Ps, everywhere I turn lately, the discussion is about "imagination", and it makes me think of you and nicrap.
Could you elaborate on the last line?
I seem to remember a few conversations about imagination, or lack thereof. It was a long time ago, so I don't recall details.
What are you paranoid about?
Lol! Where did that come from?
Oh, who knows?! Have I mentioned how frustrating this medium is for me? :-)
You just seemed to pop in and out so quick. As if you didn't plan on staying for tea, but just wanted an answer.Projections abound. :p
Heh. I have a sick person on my hands. Perhaps that's why.How are you? And how is our indomitable FJ? ;)
Or should i say "indubitable" Fj...? ;)
Funny you say sick. I have a wicked cold, and when I'm sick, I get weird.Fj seems alright. He's a lot less cantankerous than usual, which I enjoy.And how about you??
Here's something I've been wanting to ask: do you see your life as a drama? Do you go around putting out fires, or is it more steady and smooth? I think I might know the answer...
Tell me. :)
I think it's fairly smooth. Not that there aren't difficulties, but you take it in stride, accepting things (yourself) instead of struggling too much.
No, there is constant work [of self on self.] :)
Sounds like i need to work on my cantankerousity... ;)
Yes, if you think the assessment is correct.:)
No, there is constant work [of self on self.]Sorry, Jen. if my answer sounded a bit short. But that was not my intention. All i meant was that there is at the same time constnt work of self on self [as against "struggle"]. :)
No worries, I fell flat asleep! I know you work on your self. That's clear. I meant that you seem to have a more developed self, individuated, possibly, without too much drama.Does that make sense?
Less drama is a good thing, in my opinion.
I have acquaintances who are in a constant state of chaos. Not the kind of struggle with self, but actually a self-generated mess that surrounds them all the time. I think they are accustomed to the high stress levels and don't know how to break the cycle.
Fj, PLEASE don't work on your cantankerousity! :-)
Haha! Now i understand why good guys finish last. :)
He could probably say the same (or worse) to me.
Now i understand why good guys finish last.------Last is good. :)
But in this medium, do we really know each other at all? Knowing is hard enough face to face, but here???Oh well.
Did I offend?
Hell no. You are too good to offend anyone. :)
I'm afraid you might be right! :-)(Despite my best efforts to not give a damn, I still do.)
How are you doing, nicrap?
Cooking meal for three. :)
Oh do tell!
Heh. Nothing but very simple fare. Daal, sabji, chawal. :p
I'm sure it will be wonderful. Enjoy!
Are you vegetarian, nicrap?
Not at all, FJ. And yet, practically yes, since we hardly cook non-veg at home, maybe 5-6 times a year, and i rarely eat out. But i am very fond of Hyderabadi mutton biryani. :)
Indeed. You should plan a visit to India. I know a joint where you get the best biryani. I will take you there. :)P.S. You could ask Jen and NG too. :)
Careful, i'll be retired in ten years, and may take you up on that offer. ;)
If i am still here, and i intend to, you will be most welcome. :)
I would love to visit India. A friend of mine just booked her first trip.
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