Tuesday, August 29, 2006

POUF

The more I focus on living in the immediate moment, the less I have to say in my writing.

When I have achieved real understanding and happiness, this blog will disappear like a dream vanishes the moment you wake up, leaving only a vague memory of its existence behind.

POUF!

Gone. Real Gone! Into the Blue!

7 comments:

Janey... said...

May you find real understanding and happiness in the here and now...and no longer have the time for blog-o-vision...

However...you clearly have powerful words that lend the strength to others...just as the words of L. lends to you...
It's that cyclical energy that helps catapult one to the next higher ground...
I appreciate the energy that trandscends across the pond to my own living room...without this blogosphere...chances are very slim that I'd ever have collided with it...

Ralph Murre said...

I am not yet believer enough to think that we will communicate by vibration, but my disbeliefs seem to be going into remission. Still, I hope you'll keep up the blog(s) 'til we've sorted the bugs out of whatever system we'll use next.

- R.

Bruce Hodder said...

I thank you both for the encouragement to continue. The blog IS a great communication tool, connecting people who would never have met otherwise.And if it connects people it justifies its own existence...

Anonymous said...

Yes, please don't go. You have no idea what a help you have been. I identify so much with your travails and you've been an inspiration. Besides, you are a great poet. Dahny

Bruce Hodder said...

Wow, thank you. An inspiration? I suppose if one person is honest about themselves it allows other people to BE themselves without guilt. We realise we AREN'T the only person having this or that thought/ this or that problem after all.

I have no intention of stopping the blog just yet, though, to be clear. I'm not nearly happy enough to have reached the point where I have nothing left to say! And when I am happy enough, my take on how I'm going to feel at that moment may be entirely wrong and I may discover an avalanche of new words. I kind of hope I will because writing has been a constant for me for many years and it would be a shame to move beyond it completely.

Leo said...

Yes definitely go out and LIVE first Bruce. But then come back to your blog to tell us what you've learned. You have a great talent for putting thoughts into words. Don't stop.

Bruce Hodder said...

My head is swelling with all this praise and encouragement. Thanks Leo.