Sunday, April 25, 2010

Home Management

home management:

house work is a habit and, as they say, not to be regarded as a chore. to be sure, everyone would like a clean, healthy state of affairs at home.

to add or not to add? the wonderful new item, the pretty little yet useful toy, the one of a kind, had to have it.
what about the old possessions? is your house becoming a museum?

of precious little value?
what to throw away? objects and their fields, how do they affect you?

the old saying....
if it ain't broke, don't fix it.

what changes a home the most?
some would say the introduction of an object, be it a new chair, a new bed or even a new table.


Saturday, April 24, 2010

In the Mean Time

in the mean time:

all these things going on, the scene before me, the voices, the noise, the people....
am i pressed for time? i still have time.

there it is, it delivers an urgency to my life....
needs, want, intention.

further on, in the future, this will only pale. a willowy image, a few words remembered. an experience to be treasured? perhaps.

what was there then, lurking in the shadows of my mind, will burst into life one day.
am i prepared?


Thursday, April 22, 2010

Theme in Conversation

theme in conversation:

a place, a mood, the ambient noise....
however we arrived, whatever we did, through which doors, together in congress now.
observations, both personal and of the situation, contemplation, regard to dress, manner and circumstance.

someone has started, someone is listening.

what is there to talk about?

this is what i think....
do you differ? because now i have heard that from you.

anyway i continue, though i consider what you have said.
i shoot, i relay, i put forth, until my strength fails and falls on uncertain ground and my thoughts become clouded and confused.


Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Money Creation and Destruction

money creation and destruction:

the initial creation of money is of course by government, which then flows through the economy, passing through many hands, and the government, through central banks, remains the ultimate creator of money. credit systems later evolve through private banks and their lending and the distinction may not be clear.

the increase in credit in economic systems and the decline of cash involvement and the rise in debt and risk in business deals, and the subsequent failures and bankruptcies thereof, results in loss of capital and what amounts to destruction of money and credit as failed economic projects must be written off. even cash sums involved may in effect be lost from the system as cash is hoarded in the event of risk.

successful business ventures create capital and only increase the flow of money and credit in the economy.

in recession, if we assume a decrease in the money supply, and the resulting deflationary consequences, can the government remedy the economic situation by creating money?

without money, the economy stalls.


Friday, April 16, 2010

Terminology and Language

terminology and language:

the language of a particular field, a certain subject, the text and speech required for greater understanding of the issues involved....

the language of love, the terminology of science, the knowledge of syntax and the grammar of language itself, the vocabulary of subjects.

in language the spoken word came first, as all historians will agree, as it was the written word became important later to record the common speech of the times.

word order is very much a crucial point in syntax. using the right word is even more important.

how does written differ from spoken language? does it have to?

written involves syntax rules more than spoken language and contains more derivative words from common spoken language.
people have less time to talk and delivery needs to be strong, emphasis is only on a few words in spoken language.

choose well!


Sunday, April 11, 2010

Play in Action

play in action:

you are here at last, your friends, things going on....
i have been here before, i know it well.

is it me?
you move well, you move fast.
it's true.
say something, you know well.

a chance encounter
or was it fate?