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This may or may not apply to you, but...

I don't post much these days, but at least a couple of times a week I take a look at my friends list. There are people on that list whose journals entries I regularly read in their entirety. I rarely comment, but I do read (or view for those folks who mainly post visual rather than textual material) what you post.

I'd say, "You know who you are," but you may not.

And you still don't.

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rancor4real
Mar. 8th, 2005 05:02 pm (UTC)
Would love to see you posting more.
kmo
Mar. 8th, 2005 07:58 pm (UTC)
Thank you
I'd like to see me posting more as well. I've got another made up story to accompany purchased pictures of my fellow Arkansans (for whom I feel only the vaguest of "fellowship" but whom I do my best not to mock or belittle) on paper ready to be transfered to the screen. Unfortunately, every word on those pages that's worth moving to the web is surrounded by 3 or 4 others that need pruning.

I could be doing that now, rather than writing about not doing it. But I'm not.
morphogenesis
Mar. 8th, 2005 07:37 pm (UTC)
Only the truly self-realized know who they are. That's not me, not yet, not by a long shot...
kmo
Mar. 8th, 2005 08:03 pm (UTC)
re: the truly self-realized know who they are
Me neither.

I'm still futzing around on that stage of self-unrealization where I regard statements of the form "X is Y" as unworkably problematic except at the level of unexamined, expedient, vocalizations intended to motivate the immediate behavior of others.

I'll probably linger here for a bit, and then move on in the direction of learning/remembering who I really "am."
morphogenesis
Mar. 8th, 2005 10:37 pm (UTC)
Re: the truly self-realized know who they are
You know, I think I'm kind of in that same stage. I think the movement is relatively imminent, but not immediate. I'm hitting that "you know, this is getting old, and I know what I need to do, but I'm going to procrastinate just a little bit longer" point. It's an odd place to be, and an odd feeling to experience.
uminthecoil
Mar. 8th, 2005 11:52 pm (UTC)
Hey there...:)
I certainly hope that you’ve still been peek’n in to see what I’m up to...I’ve always respected and appreciated your opinions and good sense, just to name a couple things...and I hope you return to telling stories with pictures again...or some manner of creative endeavor...it’s in your blood...it’ll be there when you need it I suspect...
And yeah, I most certainly don’t respond and comment on the majority of posts on my friends list either...still, I’m surprised by just how many I do wind up reading...either smile’n or else scratch’n my head and the list goes on...heh...some colorful characters in a variety of hues...
Anyhoo...hope your doing well man.

Andrew
kmo
Mar. 9th, 2005 01:38 pm (UTC)
peekin' in
I certainly hope that you’ve still been peek’n in to see what I’m up to...

I have indeed. The new Drock looks fantastic. You've really honed an awsome set of techniques.

I’ve always respected and appreciated your opinions and good sense, just to name a couple things...

Thank you.
sutut
Mar. 9th, 2005 10:52 pm (UTC)
More C-Realm!
And I mean you can jump to a different storyline or have them comment in their pop-Zen way about current events.

Hmm. Just wondered about them meeting Mr. Natural and Cheech Wizard. That'd be fun;-)
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