There is always someone with something to say about something that someone else is doing.
The redundant review.
I have a big mouth.
I’m trying to be conscientious about choosing my moments.
Context is consideration.
A stake is sincerity.
Simply adding to the no-end-of noise and the no-end-to nausea is just needless.
And needless is nasty.
I don’t mean humour or jovial-jeering. I mean the destructive, dysfunction of over-confident dorks who will always choose to sit rather than surmount.
Problems are plenty. Our political landscape is proof ~ and that’s just as a collective. So? What are you going to do about it? And if not for us, then at least for you? What are you going to do about those uniquely intimate problems on your path?
If you aren’t going to get up – shut up.
Dignity. Respect. Tolerance. These are only on loan to you while you market the moments that matter enough to have lifted a love within you – enough to commit to caring about any one- or many things – and so adding value.
Even if how you reverberate is in the conscientious choice to steer clear of the clash.
That’s still sincere.
That’s still something.
And something doesn’t just sit.
I AM BECAUSE WE ARE
Bet | Part 2
© Dylan Balkind