a thought corner

I have recently discovered that I am a Writer.

That is; I’ve recently discovered that I love to do this writing thing that I’ve been doing my whole life and now I want to do it as a profession and so I should start calling myself a Writer. I guess nothing has really changed in the way I Am except a perception to an already existing presence in my life: I write.

I love writing -> I should do what I love because it makes life easier to live -> I should write as a way to make money because then I’d make money doing what I love and I need some money to get along in this world -> I should call myself a Writer because then I’d be doing what I Love and people would understand that I love what I’m doing because I call myself a Writer.

* (“->” = “therefore”, or ‘follow this line of thought to see where it goes and how it gets there’)

So I have recently discovered – rediscovered – that I am a Writer.

I have also discovered that I have a unique way of experiencing the Universe – which I open-heartedly declare is no better or worse than any other unique experiencing of the Universe that everyone else does. As individuals, we All experience a unique Universe – A Uniquiverse – and I am actually really excited to be blogging; not only to share my Uniquiverse but to learn about everyone else’s Uniquiverse and find out Our commonalities and Our divergencies. We are Unique in our Diversities so we’re bound to have divergencies. But the base thought is our commonality. “What do you think about Blue?”
“Well I think…” & “I think…” & “I’ll tell you what I think…” are our Divergencies but “Blue” is our Base; our commonality.

Where am I going with this?

Oh yes.

I am excited to be sharing my thoughts and I Invite those who read this blog to share their thoughts as well – which is more exciting still. I think about things and experience them in certain ways and I sometimes wonder if there are others that think the same way and/or how they think about them differently. I just wanted to create a little corner of the internet where I could share with the world and have the world share back.

I think this Universe is fascinating. It is complex, and beautiful -> Exquisite. It is the potential for infinite unique possibilities -> Randomness. I ain’t no quantum physicist but I knows what I likes and I likes this idea that the Universe is Exquisite Randomness.

I write this blog without Ego. I write this blog because I have an Urge to. I have thoughts I want to express. I have an urge to hear what others think about random things. I have a Desire to connect to people; connect people to people; to have a forum in which to connect – this little corner of the internet. I write without Ego so I am open to diverging thoughts. I am open to Definitives. I am open to Discussions. I am open to the Broad and to the Narrow; to the Obtuse and the Acute. I am open to Disagreement. I am not interested in Arguing though and so I may choose or not choose to respond to comments. Do not let this deter you from responding, react as you’d like. I realize we All live a Uniquiverse and I am giddy with anticipation to see how this all plays out.

So this is an Invitation; an invitation: to read, to think, to inspire, to inquire, to comment (or not), to poo-poo (or not), to “yes but…” or to “yes and…” or to “yes and but…”.

It is also just a word, “Invitation,” and you don’t have to do anything with it. You are free to let it go. But just so you know, this is an open invitation, you can always check in and see what’s up in da hersh universe.

Welcome and now lets see where this goes.

da hersh

P.S. If this blog incites: a spark, a thought, a reaction be it intellectual, emotional or spiritual; please feel free to copy and repost the blog in any of your Personal Social Etherworld Connectors. The more the merrier.

P.P.S Happy Holidays!

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Kara is an old highschool chum of David’s. A born-again Aussie (born in OZ, moved to Canada for 15 years, then back to OZ), David and Kara were good buds in school. She just celebrated her 40th birthday, which we missed, but she wants to tell people she’s 50 so they will say she looks good for 50. She’s got two lovely boys; Milo (2½) and Sidney (9mos) and we spent the day in King’s Park in Perth. We had morning tea, which had no tea to a disappointed EZ, but great snacks looking over the city which is what King’s Park does. It is a splendid view as we snacked under four palm trees.

We went to the children’s area which had a little swimming pond, some funky treehouses, some stick tepees and wigwams that kids could play in, a cool rock climbing hill and many zigzagging paths in a sparse forest – needless to say EZ was in heaven and had a ton of fun playing with the kids.

Went to Kara’s for a great lunch of bbq chicken and salad – vegetables is something very lacking in the Aussie diet (rabbit food) – but we devoured in pure delight. The kids took their nap as well as EZ who was tuckered out and cocooned in a hammock they had in their great backyard. Kara has a fab house, all really open, really clean – shockingly with two little boys – and really comfortable. Kara is a teacher who’s taking time with her kids; her husband Carl also teaches and it was great to finally meet him after school today. We sat and chat and they took us to dinner – nice being taken care of by lovely peeps – then home again where we are now buckling down and catching up.

We are planning on being better from now on, so if you’re interested join us as we finish our OZ leg and move into our Asian leg next week; starting with Malaysia.

Cheers from OZ!
EZ and Da Hersh

We are not very good bloggers although we are very good travelers. We have really wanted to share things as they happen but we got a bit caught up in everything as it happened and so didn’t write about it. David was feeling a bit overwhelmed with keeping up as he is the computer guy and then things got away from him. Emmanuelle was hoping that David was keeping up but being busy herself didn’t have a chance to check up. Anyway, all excuses aside, here we are. We will start where we are and then do a bit of a catch-up tied into the present updates.

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