Have you ever wanted to write a diary? Maybe occasionally I’ve also wanted to, but I’ve never been able to. A journal is a chronological account, methodical, about events that have happened, impressions.
I’ve never been methodical
but I’m a good observer and an independent thinker. I explain thoughts, based on random ideas, a landscape, a situation, a spoken or heard phrase, which hopefully suddenly arises after years, when the brain, all on its own, decides to provide the links,
maybe when traveling by car, when the attention is mostly automatic, for most of the time, roughly like between waking and sleeping.
Well, I decided that every now and again I’d concentrate and randomly jot down some of these thoughts, as they
came up and, in the end, create an introspective diary that sweeps across everything that passes through and determines life.
What I’ve written and reordered to create, the diary, if not only because it will also be read by others and not only
I go over my thoughts again hoping they’ll still be useful to someone.
In the end, just a little before anyone else might read it, I’ll read it again and maybe I’ll try to put it in some sort of order although
I’ll leave the option open to the readers to discuss the wherewith all and stimulate them to think about everything, because life is a series of things, and only idiots could think it is something simple and straightforward.
I had to collect
and identify the essential points, simplifying and expressing them as food for thought for those who are reading, never falsifying or completely ignoring the truths that lie behind them.
A good summary is abstracted from reality, a synthesis that
suggests touching on as many aspects as possible in the breadth of the topics involved.
I hope you can read these thoughts from anywhere in the text, and always find a beginning and not an end, because these are thoughts, they arrive, disappear,
reappear change and start again as freely as chaos that seeks order to exist and be, in eternity.
When someone gives you what he or she is able to, they’ve already given too much! Be content, therefore, be grateful for what you’ve
received anyway; don’t ask for more than what, in any case, you know you cannot have.
New ideas always advance, but not because they are necessarily better, just because the old die.
It’s natural that the elderly are
supplanted, replaced by the young; the important thing is that they, the old, understand this and give them something to do, not to obstruct them but to select and train the best, the finest young people who will replace them.
Ideas run through
Choose your, your c…onsequences!
Always think positively but be prepared to face the worst.
It would be nice to know for certain what we’re going to do, whatever it is.
A good and useful question
to ask, and one to ask the person you’re talking to, would be: why are you here now? But it would also be good to ask: how do you justify your existence?
Life does not need justification, and that’s it!