Monday, December 2, 2013

Unintended Consequences

Unintended Consequences

The unintended Consequences of an abrupt life.
What are they? And in what lies the strife?
Why do we make the choices we make,
Why do we fake the choices we fake?

Why do we lie and think it will get us high.
Why don't we see that the truth lies in nothing,
The truth lies in the beginnings of not doing.
If we allow the unintended consequences, then we still do make a choice.
We make the choice to flow with our intentions which can be unintended!

Who knew the unintended consequences of our intended transactions.
Are the just reactions or more a flow of the laws of energy and nature?
That is the question, that really needs answered,
Unintended Consequences are actually the intention of the intended,
That is the backward law we have trouble amending.
That we take are dark souls and we blow them to bits,
and wonder why the remainders will just be lit.
Held close to the fire and burned and scorched,
Till we find the unintended consequences are not be torched.
The unintended consequences make it right through the fire.
The ones that say you are a jealous, thief and a liar.

That you continue not to see the ways of your consequences,
Are unintended and not of your senses,
That you can't smell the burning flesh as it rots,
The decay and the snots
and all of the lots

That you are burning so intentionally hot,
To dispute that you don't and say you are not.
The unintended losses, the unintended gains,
Of thinking your black soul will always reign.
Sometimes the good will over come the bad,
No, not sometimes, you are definitely had.
The good will over come the bad and that is the intended consequences,
of your black heart and forsaken self that you left at the fences.
You think you can win but you lose and you lose.
You think you can win but you choose and you choose.
Even in the not choosing you lose,
because your unintended consquences come through when you snooze.

She fights hard to save them the consequences intended,
in her illusions her mind is so bended
but she will not come clean with herself until she sees.
That she lies to the government to acquiese her needs.
She lies and she struggles and she lays about,
not seeing the unintended consequences will give her no doubt.
That she thinks she is wise and smart beyond belief.
When she is a pawn for a judge who wants financial relief.

Ultimately, the unintended consequences are perceived.

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Schimpff's Candy!!

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Happiness & Forgiveness

Happiness. Happiness definately comes from within. We have to feel happiness despite all that is going on around us sometimes. We cannot let the things that happen to us, define us. That is the key to getting over the things that happen. I think that the poem If, by Rudyard Kipling really says it all. Let not happiness/sadness over take us. The duality of life. That you can have the worst things going on but still get up every day and make a decision that it will be a good day. Despite all that is looming and all that fear, it will be the best day that you can have. Because, really it is the only day you have. You do not have the past, it is done. You do not have the future, it is yet to be. Right now, at this moment, this is all you have.
Forgiveness. How do you teach or show someone that forgiveness is the path to peace. How do you help them realize that their inner peace and happiness will only come by embracing (mentally) those who have hurt you and tell them AND your inner self that you forgive them, that you understand you perceived as a wrong was just a perception. That you forgive yourself for only seeing your perception and for allowing the anger/resentment/jealousy/hate to seep in because of fear. Fear will help to promote the feeling that you shouldn't forgive, let go, let love. Because Fear is a tool to keep the darker feelings there. You begin to feel that you need the fear and anger to live, even though you really don't. When you come to the point of standing right on the ledge of your worst fears and then they happen. What else do you have to lose or gain if you just embrace the way it is and let go. Let life, let things happen as they will happen and just realize that no matter what you have people in your life who love you, who support you, who want you to be happy. Make your enemies mad, BE HAPPY ANYWAY! Accept it for what it is, don't allow anyone to dictate your happiness. Embrace forgiveness. Believe in it. It really works. It is hard and tears you up to realize and humble yourself that your perception of things may be a little skewed. ...but after the rain and darkness comes the rainbow of knowledge that you can let go, you can forgive, you can even love those who hurt you. Because ultimately it is inside of us to know that we are on a journey and nothing in this journey is real. It is our imaginings. No money, no lives, nothing is real except the learning, forgiving, and loving anyway.

Monday, April 22, 2013

For Bandit

For Bandit.
Time and Money
Time and Money
Time and Money

If I had the time,
I wouldn’t have the money,
If I had the money,
I won’t have the time.

We spend our lives chasing the money,
Twiddling away the time,
Not spending it with those we love,
Losing it on a dime.

Losses and change abound,
Things keep going round and round,
The pain of life is profound,
So is the joy.

The joy of a cool day and the wind in your face,
The joy of bringing a ball back and throwing it again,
The joy of cheese and yogurt,
The joy of rolling around on the ground,
Getting my smell everywhere and then rolling again,
The joy of sniffing, everything all around.

The rubs and the hugs,
The love and the pain,
Watching her cry again,
This time, she cries for me.

Monday, February 25, 2013

Home Made Chicken & Dumplins'

Home Made Chicken & Dumplins' Crying over the celery While pickin' out the onions, Life so simple, Life so easy, Cutting up the breasts, sealing it with spice, dropping in the dumplin' saying every thing is nice. Flour, powder, salt and butter, When you die you'll want your mother. Hoping for the few good years, to take away the pain and tears, While cutting up the celery. And wondering why you didn't cry, When cutting up the onions

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Darlene Joan White (JD Whyte)

Darlene Joan White (1958 - 2013) Obituary Notice Darlene White "JD Whyte," 54, passed away Friday, Feb. 8, 2013. Memorial service: 11 a.m. Wednesday Feb. 13, at Church of Jesus Christ LDS, 500 West McDonwell School Road, Colleyville. Survivors: Sister, Deanna Paris; brothers, Gary and Larry Durbin.

Darlene: You did so much for our family. I loved the family website. I wish it was still up and I could look at it again. Your creativity, kindness and abilities will live for a long long time. I am sorry I didn't get to say goodbye or even talk to you on the phone.

I wish I had known you more than I did but I am grateful for your friendship on Facebook. You really always had great interaction and was a true light in my life during the most challenging times I have ever experienced.

Whatever you were doing with Moonstar Entertainment will continue. I am sure you had a solid following of people.

Take care and let us know that you are okay over there and having a great time, laughing at all the stuff we have to deal with here.

Love, Beverly