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Mar. 2nd, 2008 @ 03:55 pm And Back To Reality!
Geez I just woke up I must have slept the day away.

I probobly shouldn't be allowed near a computer when I'm in a semidream state LOL.

I fell asleep last night wondering if if you could build a big canal and irrigate deserts.

I wonder what kind of soil the Middel East has, there must be something that would grow there besides Poppies...

Dreams are odd.

I'll leave the first post but dang...

Can you really promise to be perfect?

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Date:March 3rd, 2008 02:26 am (UTC)

Nice Lesson in Causality

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That's all. :o)
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Date:March 3rd, 2008 01:42 pm (UTC)

Makin' Sense of it All

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Takes a whole lot a concentration!

Date:March 4th, 2008 07:17 am (UTC)

Promise to be perfect

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Geez! I got to a point that I left a notepad by the bed trying to record the visions of my mind’s eye during semidream state lol… was very berry insightful methinks.

The enormity of the world’s problems are such that you wouldn’t have a heart if they didn’t settle on your mind sometimes.

Speaking of deserts, I always say, if they can build a Las Vegas, replica of Venice and all, and if Israel can have tree filled parks, then why are other places ravished by the naturally arid landscape. I have no doubt in my mind that if it were made a priority for some unknown reason (like for humanity sake... geez) that more could be done to change the terraine to make life more comfortable for the people living in less hospitable climates of the world.

“Can you really promise to be perfect?”
Suppose so, but I’ve heard tell that promises were made to be broken *smile*.
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Date:March 4th, 2008 01:25 pm (UTC)

I've Been Broken...

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But I promised myself to keep coming back.