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Karry Lynn Dayton I suppose this question is similar in nature to any question of motivation for anyone. Why does a baseball player play? Why does a dancer dance? Why…moreI suppose this question is similar in nature to any question of motivation for anyone. Why does a baseball player play? Why does a dancer dance? Why does a computer programmer sit before the machine every day? At that level, I am no different. I enjoy it, especially when it is working with me and the ocean of the mind is not simply breaking itself against the shore. If though, your question is more "Why do I write WHAT I write?" Well, my motivations are about understanding human nature; looking at the nature of reality. Specifically about how to live with an objective truth as a core.(less)
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Currently, there is much debate over whether or not some entertainers should be forced to stand for some kind of political ceremony. Not standing is said to be some kind of disrespect to the idealism of the current view on the construction of the idea. It, those that want everyone to stand, say it is against the traditions of the people.
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“I wandered through the cosmos in search of the treasure but found it within me.”
Karry Lynn Dayton

“When in fact rights are not objects of social mandates, but natural extensions of existence.”
Karry Lynn Dayton, The Constitution for a Fifth Grader

“If politics is often violent and totalitarian in nature and politics is philosophy in action, doesn’t this imply that there is something incorrect with the core metaphysics of the whole philosophy?”
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“To say ‘I love you’ one must first know how to say the ‘I.’ The meaning of the ‘I’ is an independent, self-sufficient entity that does not exist for the sake of any other person. A person who exists only for the sake of his loved one is not an independent entity, but a spiritual parasite. The love of a parasite is worth nothing.”
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“Winston Smith: Does Big Brother exist?
O'Brien: Of course he exists.
Winston Smith: Does he exist like you or me?
O'Brien: You do not exist.”
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“No one dies of fatal truths nowadays: there are too many antidotes.”
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“But if thought corrupts language, language can also corrupt thought.”
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Karry Dayton I am glad you're getting better. I always wonder if it is better to have these kind of things during the summer or winter, after all, I agree with the Dr, one needs to move, and move often, trust me, I think my hips are out of alignment just because I sit on my ass all day at work. Would it be easier to have to go out into the winter air, possibly stormy and cold or better to try to raise oneself from the sloth of heat? Anyway, hopefully the pain is much better now.


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Joy Oh Karry, the first week was the hardest painwise and the second followed closely. I am feeling much better now but it is still difficult and there are restrictions in movement until August, for example bending the knee upwards to put on pants. I am walking with a cane and still have pain walking but walk I must I am told.

thanks for writing and expressing concern.
I like your poem above and think you could call it Bad Relationships or Shitty even. It is quite good and I think speaks to everyone.


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