To the point. I’m getting back into the swing of things slowly back in England and there’s lots to look forward to in the coming weeks. If you really
take time to listen to this sound in depth it’s exciting, comforting, reassuring, pleasant thought-provoking and if you just listen to it absent mindedly it’s also
nice, it passes your mind good, sounds good. Sometimes you listen in depth and it’s just
confusing, it sounds to the point, sometimes primitive, sometimes nonsensical, crudely recorded, but then you glaze over and it fills in the creeks and crevices in your searching mind and it’s a nice
feeling. Worth saying.
I just woke up with the sun glaring in my face and my mind immediately gravitated to
today and seeing people and hugging
them. I woke up with something good happening that got me in the shower before 11am. I’m ready now. This sound articulates so much
and yet simultaneously leaves so much open. The noise gives you two types of information, one is to the point, straight in, what you think immediately, you think ‘this sounds good, worth knowing’, the other type of information is far more divine, it’s vague, it’s the thing that will change your day, the thing that will change the way you speak, the thing that will influence your mind, the thing that makes you positively feel different, the thing, like a big flailing anchor, planted somewhere in your subconscious, to be remembered for what you were doing at the time, what you were thinking on the surface, what you were feeling. Yeah, it seems the sound gives two types of thoughts; the one that bleeps your conscious saying ‘this is worth listening to’, the other that nestles within your sub-conscious and might sometimes make you wake up earlier in the mornings with something good happening.
Gonna go drawl somewhere else.