Coming in hot

arid, clouds, daylightOkay, I actually force myself to write everyday. But, damn….time flies by pretty fast and I have the feeling, that I literally achieve nothing in my life. DAMN IT.

And I’m lazy atm.

I don’t know why, maybe it’s the heat, but I get up in the morning and wanna return to bed and sleep until I don’t feel that tired anymore. It’s hot over here. Very hot. At least,… I make myself think that it’s the heats fault, and not mine. Lol.

But the truth is, that most people have a lazy time in their lives, haven’t we? On some days, you feel so energetic, that you think you could reach anything imaginable and on some other days, you’re a huge shadow of yourself. Nothing more. I’m latter at the moment, but I keep thinking positive. I will get my energy back. I’m sure about that.

 

Cheers!

 

 

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The time, you spend waiting

When it comes to waiting you can either be good or bad with it. 

There are people, who actually enjoy the time, while waiting on something. Maybe for an appointment or a date. Whatever. They use the time between doing things, to actually relax and enjoy. 

Doing nothing? Like, really just sitting/standing there and look around, be aware of your vicinity. 

I’m kinda more the other type. I am the one, who hates doing nothing. It really goes on my nerves. I rather sit there (as I just do at the moment) and write something. 

So, here I am, trying to pass the time until my appointment is about to begin. It’s hot over here, there are some people waiting as well, which give me the insight, that I must wait longer and longer. Gosh. 

Maybe I should start to work further on my book. I should do that now. 
Cheers! 

Reality and time, time and reality. 

Why reality and time doesn’t really exist. 
First of all, because everybody has their own reality. What’s real to you, doesn’t mean it’s real to someone else. That’s a fact, isn’t it? 

Secondly, time is so totally irrelevant that I sometimes really need to laugh about it. Like, wait…. I just got up in the morning, how could it be that late already? Or, wait. Wasn’t it just afternoon and now it’s the next day? Time flies by so damn fast and we focus on so much unimportant things. It’s ridiculous. What I want to say is: life is way too short to worry too much about useless things, it’s way too short to do things, that you don’t like to do.  

Time literally slips through your fingers, you can’t grab it, nor hold it and you can’t stop that. You simply can’t do anything against it. You need to be aware of this and try to enjoy as much time you have. 

Now go and do something that makes you (and maybe someone else) happy and enjoy your time.

Cheers! 

The wheel of time and why you have to stay creative.

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Can you say so?

I think you can. Because that’s what time actually is: A wheel, that runs and run and run and you will never have enough time. When I was a kid, my grandfather told me, that “Time flies by and the older you get, the more you will realise that”. As a child I couldn’t really relate to that, as all I did, was playing around, being outside, doing stuff all day long and so on, so on.

But, since I grow older and older with every morning, that I wake up, I finally get the insight, that my granddad was totally right. I mean, what we do in life, is probably the same daily grind, which basically consits of: we get up, we go to work, we work, we come home from work, we eat, we sleep.

Yes, not the life, that I imagined as a kid…

We are captives in a system, that forces you to work all day long, to bury your dreams and that exploits you. So, what to do against it? YES! Art! The only thing that keeps me sane. Either, your a writer, a visual artist, musician, actor/actress, dancer, or whatever creative. Never stop with that! Please, I beg you! The world needs more creativity! The world needs you and your stories, your paintings, your acting, your dancing and your music!

With this, I go now and do something creative: writing further on my story. Wish me luck as I wish you all the best for your works!

Cheers!

Too many ideas…

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…not enough time?

Anyone agree? Then, clap your hands!

Right? I think most creative people know this feeling: Having various conceptions running through your mind, but with which one to start?

Okay, since months (that actually turned into years now) I have an idea about a story, set in the Victorian era and suddenly, it just happened a few days ago, my muse returned. I’m able to continue writing now! Yes!

Sometimes time goes by so quickly, and it still  happens, that you revert to your original idea and add more and more deepness into it. I love when this happens, just to mention.

Now, I already have 70 pages for this mentioned story and I think, finally I actually started writing.

 

Cheers!