Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Venting out...

One of the best ways to write something when you have nothing to start of with is to just start. And that is what I am doing. I am hoping that as I go along something will come out of this process. Also, I seem to be writing only when I don't feel the greatest. Perhaps I like venting out.


But what do I vent out about? That the world is not going to change and there is no use trying to? That I still am the hypocrite that I always knew I was? And worse still, I refuse to do anything about it… Or do I wonder about the whole meaning and purpose thing? I have done it all before. Yet, it has taken me nowhere. So here I am, venting out still…


So this has been a pointless post. Sorry about that.

6 comments:

Julie Layne said...

It's not pointless to let people know you're at a point of frustration and questioning in your life. We are usually all busy trying to put on a happy face, which makes us feel like everyone else has it all figured out. And sometimes we're just not and we just don't. (happy, have it figured out)

So there. I'm way older than you and it still happens.

SandyCarlson said...

You're so hard on yourself! In fact, as Julie says, you've described a common feeling--one that seldom makes it to the cleaned and polished blog post.

My friend Greg came up with a follow-up to the Six Word Memoir Meme. He decided to do "the last six words of a famous person." That was an ice breaker!

Take care, Bungi!

Capt. Jack Sparrow said...

Err... Good post... I think!!! LOL

Bungi said...

Julie and Sandy - Thank you both. I guess it happens. And good to go through these phases every now and then. Keeps us grounded, i suppose.

Cap'n - Keep thinking, cap'n. Keep thinking.

Giovanna said...

In your post, you talked about being unable to change the world. Yes, that can be frustrating. Maybe the point is that we allow God to change us through His Word and through other people.

We are not meant to change the world system. It's too far gone. But through the leading of the Holy Spirit, the reflected light we have from God might light up one other person's world. Then we have met our divine appointment, done the will of God, obeyed Him, and now can have an brownie at Sparkies and chill out.

Bungi said...

Giovanna - Thank God for brownies and chocolates.