It is not comfortable to be flooded by revelations. They are awkward at best. They roll into ones life of perception as waves upon waves....and viewing them all is a daunting task. So?<quoted text>
While it's true it used to drive me a bit batty
To the point I felt and wanted to act somewhat catty
about all your long writings in this particular thread
and now I regret to say there wasn't much I actually read.
Were those stories you were writing? I like reading your
posts, but somedays I didn't want to read a book, rather just
a few headlines. I like seeing you back around again and I
look forward to reading more that we don't know about you.:)
Keep writing and best of luck with that.
I must resort to a creative way to unfold them otherwise no one would belive it all.
Enter Sherlock and Watson.
Although masked in a conversational episode I posted of their adventures there was profound unravelings of those revelations. Which now after 3 yrs I have been given the graces to put to print in an upcoming book through Lulu publications.
When presented with such visions.....seeing clearly in numbers the grand design...there was no other way to both dispense and dispell as well as 'distill' it all other than in a creative often LONG as you noted post of the adventures often of Sherlock and Holmes.
Ty ( otherwise I would have gone mad)