Posted by Ben Naga
Sometimes we forget
Then sometimes we remember
What we believe in
Posted on July 27, 2017, in Wee Poems and tagged Faith, Foolishness, Forgiveness, Impermanence, Kindness, Love, Regret, Shame, Standards. Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.
And then sometimes we forget again…. 🤔
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Yep. The light blinking on and off. Do you remember this comment of yours? Or is it forgotten? Well here it pops up once again:
Seems I never got back to you? Sorry, Ben. Seems like it was about a dream I’d had which had me looking at time in light of the movie frame analogy. Wish I’d written it down as it’s fuzzy now. We were right in the middle of packing and moving at the time. (Just wrote the above on your old post so the above was a copy/paste. I shall continue to ponder this and try to remember more clearly what the dream/vision was about.
Worry not, Betty. Dreams quickly evaporate. But then how much can we clearly recall of scenes from last week, yesterday, a hew hours ago? Years back I started a dream journal, but when I reread earlier entries I could not recall or even relate to them. Needless to say I stopped. Dreams, like the waking dream, seem not to be made for attachment but to be experienced and released.
I know what you mean about dreams. Yet many have stayed with me my whole life. (I remember dreams from when i was a toddler, still very clearly, even though meaningless to me now. Guess they made an impression…. The movie frame dream was cool… more is coming back now. Was outside of time looking in and could choose the “frame” that I wanted to enter. Ah well….
Hope you’re having a pleasant evening, Ben. 🌻
We spent an hour watching an episode from an Australian murder mystery series.
Have you ever watched “Monk”? High quality murder mystery series from a few years back. You might enjoy…. Am currently watching those once again.
I’m not sure it’s been screened here. Maybe on pay-to-view or cable or similar. Actually it’s actually Margaret who’s the murder mystery fan. 🙂
I don’t normally like murder mysteries but Monk is about an endearing detective with severe OCD and it has its very touching and often humorous. It’s all about his character and how he deals with things in his personal life that makes the program worth watching. Hope you can maybe catch one of the episodes someday and tell me what you think.
Thanks. I’ll pass on your brief review.
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