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Thursday, January 12, 2006
Part of a new conceptual series where I take on various deep and meaningful topics.
A long time ago I remember asking myself a question that really dug deep into my soul, and caused me to examine myself very closely for some time. Now as I look back on that time of introspection and self examination, I can no longer remember what the question was. Now I'm starting to wonder... is your soul like a pool of water, that if left uncovered for too long will begin to evaporate and disappear? Is my soul just not as deep anymore because I spent too much time with it uncovered while I examined it, and that's why I can't remember the question?
I know that the Catholic Church has quite the racket going with Holy Water... but I wonder... is there a place where I can get Soul Water? Is that what blues music is all about?
Let me take a shot at diagnosing this.
You have "pericubitis". Cause spending too much time in your cubical.
Peri - Around or near
Cube - Module in open-plan offices
Itis - Excessive preoccupation with
Ok Sandi... I'll admit... I do spend a lot of time in my cubicle... but I do have this pretty little window to look out of! Of course, the sky is gray, and it windows don't insulate for sh*t during the winter... but its something isn't it?Post a Comment
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