catch22 (catch22) wrote,

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Take me to a place that's filled with happy people

I remember in 2nd grade reading this story in one of the reading books called "The Sky is Pink." I think this is where I became weird. Basically this story is about a kid who everyone thinks is stupid because he thinks the sky is pink. How boring is it to see things the way they are because that's the way they were explained to you.

Easiest example I can think of is hearing pictures in music. My sister plays the trumpet and does very well at it. To me when you have a good tone on a trupet it sounds like what pouring honey looks like to me. Any time I put honey in my tea you can bet that's the sound I'm hearing somewhere. I sometimes picture people as animals. Sometimes I see what I think the person looked like when they were a kid.

I think the biggest crime we ever do is let children lose their imagination. I think that's the biggest crime public schools do. Beat down the "Why" every kid is born with, and killing the creativity of explaination and what not. We are constantly cutting the budgets that allow for this magic to stay alive. More math more science...How sad it must be to live in a world defined by a two or three cordinate system.

I've decided to commit my new definition of love to bits and bytes.

Love == being with that person at the end of the day when you're too exhausted to carry on, you try to carry each other up the flights of stairs to be together not just in a sexual type of way, though that's pretty fun, but where there's this connection...where you can see each other for who you and they are.

Random lyric section
"That not everything is gonna be the way you think it ought to be. Seems like every time I try to make it right it all comes down on me. PLease say honestly you won't give up on me, and I shall believe."
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