Friday, October 6, 2017

Patterns

Daily Draw: Lojong for the Layperson ~ Slogan 27

Slogan 27 would have us acknowledge the thought patterns, activity patterns, and emotional patterns, not in our best interest.
Excuses boil across my brain.
I have a long table rather than a desk. No drawers, things on the left side have a tendency to pile up. (This would be evidence of all three patterns I think).  For instance:

*A Brilliance Publishing postcard that came out of the current audio book I'm listening to.. I want to see what else they offer, but I'm nearly out of my broadband time for the month.
*The movie Hopscotch on VHS, need to look for it on DVD
*The instruction for the drawstring sheet that came last week
*two magnifers
*Padded envelope and contents, part of a conflict on ebay
*Four of Blades bookmark from Ironwing tarot
*water bill waiting for action.
*the market value notice from the county tax assessor

Just stuff that flows in and out. That bother me every time I sit down just because it exists. While typing I remembered I have two antique wooden in/out boxes upstairs that could be put to better use down here. A pretty junk pile must count as Slogan 27 movement? Then my  2017 Why Not rock reminder and frog card from a friend would be better exhibited?

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  1. When I am downstairs I write on my laptop at the dining table which is hardly ever used for dining anymore. I too had a pile on my left side mostly consisting of writing and drawing materials. Recently I have bought a basket with a lid to fit it all in.. Space on my table and space in my head :)

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  2. I'm working on this slogan this week, which tells me to start with my most flagrant character flaws first. The plus side is that these are really easy to pinpoint, lol.

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    1. I'm just about finished with "before", oddly the "after" quite resembles before

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