I think it’s interesting, people’s organic reaction the phrase. I generally don’t clarify my meaning, because I don’t want to influence the interpretation of others. Most of the time, it’s taken as a self-depreciating concept that I’m applying to myself. To some extent, it is. But like everything I write, or adapt for my own purposes — there’s a lot of layers of meaning present in the combination of words, for me.
Fundamentally though, below the surface, it represents a personal philosophy… a perception of reality that I always strive to attain.
Something a bit contradictory, that makes perfect sense to me:
To live every moment, to experience life, and to view the world with such wonder, that the sensation of wonder becomes my norm… “ordinary”.
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- asomewhatrandomhuman said: The most wonderful things in life, are those we see and do every day, and the things most people ignore. I think I understand. It’s not the extraordinary that is the miracle. This is how I strive to live. Everyday.
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- pavorst said: Think of a meaning for “pavorst” and I’ll give you extra points :)
- thesealivesinme said: Your “past present future” posts are my favorites.
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- artisticveins said: I always wondered why you picked that as your blog name. I does make sense now :D And you’re right, you know. That all of us have a personal philosophy behind their words which is not always visible to the world.
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- echo4charlie said: “It’s a cognitive dissonance, Fitzgerald talked about it.”
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