Happy Birthday Martin

Nick Masesso, Jr.

“Gravity – stay the hell away from me. Gravity – has taken better men than me; how can that be? Just keep me where the light is; keep yourselves where the light is.”  – Gravity – John Mayer

The Jewish folk call it “tikkum alom” meaning to heal the world. And as we know from the wisdom of Biggie Smalls, as posited to Tupac Shakur; “we can’t change the world till we change ourselves.”

Alan Watts said a false belief in permanence, say trying to be the same person you were the day before; causes pain. Lonely to think we don’t even have yesterdays self to relate to and this may cause life to seem an empty dystopian and existential dilemma if digested by the uninitiated all at once. So although I recommend proceeding with caution; Biggie’s advice and meaning are well received.

Gaggles of groovy guru essentially say the same thing in…

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About circusinpurgatory
Nick Masesso Jr’s fictionalized short stories, poetry and prose have been published in the Starry Night Review, Elegant Thorn Review, Language and Culture.net and Vagabond Press; the Battered Suitcase. His latest book “Armor of Innocence” and first book “Walking the Midway in Purgatory, a Journal” are available on-line and through bookstores.

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