Ordinary.

Standard

Seems as if everyone is tryin’ 2 be different
but so is everyone else. (do that make any sense?…lol)

By callin’ what they do as new
but nothing more but a different name
on the same shelf.

When you see what’s on TV as different,
in all actuality, it’s nothing more but a dream while refusing @ the same time 2 face the reality.

Truth is not what we decide it 2 be
but rather the truth is what’s alive & lives inside.

Most are just ordinary…
words 2 a melody & just an ordinary life.

So tell me, what makes you so different from anyone else?

There’s a call 2 your life with no need 2 wonder why…
the GOD inside just won’t let me be…
“ORDINARY”…..

Yep!…

Peace!…with 2 fingers;)

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2 responses »

  1. Great post! It reminds me of how this new phenomenon of “reality” TV isn’t reality at all, well, at least not for most people. But having been exposed to the perks and fortunes of, say, the Kardashians or the Eastwood family, people come to be disappointed that their lives aren’t as glam.

    Personally I can’t stand “fake” reality TV. If I’m watching something intended to be a slice of life, I’d rather it have purpose beyond voyeuristic inanity — a nature documentary, let’s say, or a film adaptation of a memoir or biography. Better yet, go and experience the true-life scenery of that nature film or read the actual memoir. Reality is what you make of it, and the “Law of Attraction” states that your images are your thoughts and that creates your reality.

    So if “I think, therefore I am” is any indication, then… the Kardashian show can’t be reality because it doesn’t require much thought. 😉

    PW2F 🙂

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    • Wow! Awesome response. Couldn’t have said it any better myself. The illusion of reality television has recreated priority & individualism in the very worst way. Making your own reality the best reality – Now that’s the name of the game. Rock on!…Yep!

      Peace!….with 2 fingers;)

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