Monday, June 06, 2011

Eckhart Tolle, you fucking mentally-meandering dullard, Beauty arises from movement.




The comets speed faster than anything we have ever even seen ever.

From a good and solid fucking, a human is made in 270 days.

Love is born in less time.

Cancer eats everything always at all times eventhough it means that Cancer will die, too. That’s fucked up. And it happens very, very fast.

Where is the stillness in that you fucking be-doted twat?

And how dare you hide behind the Dalai Lama. As who is he, Diaspora?

I am a Quebecois in Alberta; you are a German in Canada. We are all Diasporai.

The Dalai Lama knows nothing for you to hide behind, my man. He has never known drunken poverty or hated heart-break for a lover.

How can you be a man and never know the Herculean gut-punch of love?

The sick of a Sunday, 5 p.m. still drunk and fuck tomorrow’s going to suck.

All these things happen in spite of stillness.

These things are learned on the balls of the feet.

Do you think Cheetahs are made to be still to find their own beauty?

Let’s move, my man, let’s go.

-Sid

xoxox

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

:) maybe its more, i don't really like how he goes about spreading what he does, but, it is what it is. However, are you actually considering what he is saying? or just brushing it off before you even let it enter you? truly, what does he mean to be still? and what does that mean? are humans ever still? how long can you just be somewhere before you start going crazy. how long have you watched a bird just sit in a tree somewhere, or on a power line? what does it mean to "be still". Also, you must ask yourself, was it really love or was it just attachment you once felt? or better yet, did it become attachment? why was it so hard to let that person go? i realize that of my past girlfriends, i only really loved one, at a given point, and then it just sunk into attachment. maybe read "the ringing cedars of russia" or go listen to something adampants uploaded for a more visceral approach to what eckhart is talking about