Life, Thinking

Philosophical Cloud

I feel like I’m floating.  Not going anywhere or really being anywhere.  Rather wispy.  I don’t see anything around me.  I don’t really feel much either.  Is this what it feels like to be a cloud?

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I don’t know who I am or where I’m going.  Or really where I have been.  What difference have I made?  Does it really matter?  All these books on how to do things better I guess it must matter to someone.  Should it?  Do I need to be better?  To do better?  Maybe.  I guess it depends on why.  Is it because it is something I want to do or because it is expected of me?  Is one reason better than the other?

If I do it for others then is it good for me or just bragging rights?  If I do it for myself will I learn better than if I am doing it for someone else?  Potentially.  It would matter who that someone else was.

What if I am learning something I don’t want to?  What if I am learning just to survive?  Is why you learn anymore important than what you learn?

I am learning it is hard to be a cloud, let alone a philosophical one.

Constant change…

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