Of what leads nowhere

Somewhere nearer the end of the last book I slept with, it read:

‘So many don’t want to exchange the habit of existence with the darkness of being.’

Usually I never remember lines from books, not even my own – but this one intrigues me. It captivates my heart, my dreams even.

Then I listened to this song, which seems to portray an equal message.

Walking through the finest morning with dew cobwebs I wondered if – when we dig long enough – we will reach the bottom of our soul, destination Self, facing what really hurts us. The core of evil, if you so will. Then I went on to think about how much my mother used to smoke (during pregnancy).

It didn’t lead anywhere, but to a quiet station with a leaky roof.

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