Inner Censors

I don’t keep a private diary.  I want to; I lack the time.  Blogging already pushes the limit.  Yet there are things I’d welcome sharing — provided that the folks I know in meatspace will never see it.

Oh, the dilemma. 🙂

The inner censor keeps some of my most interesting thoughts from ever seeing the light of day.  Good thing?  Bad thing?  Bah.

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  1. Well…my 2 cents worth if you wanted it… depending on your traffic you may want to watch and censor…at least to some extent…I do somewhat and stay away from too much rgarding work as I have seen and heard of people who can get into a bit of trouble when being caught with this… I watch what I say about the fam as I don’t want to safeguard their rivacy as well… so anyway my 2 cents for what they are worth!

  2. There are more questions than answers. Socrates practice this as a form of quest to truth. Within us lies the answer, but it is not of us as much as it is to us. What we hear from others can only direct us to ask the questions that we must ask of ourselves, and that only in the context of silence and thought. Journaling interferes with this process in my own experience and the thoughts I have are for me only to ponder and search out. For others to have access to my personal thoughts and processes (blogs) might help them, but they must put down the book and pick up their minds to travel closer to the destination of purpose and meaning that will further their understanding of ‘place’. Where am I? Why am I here?

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