Much Ado About Nothing
Time is marching on and still we are pretending to be somebody.
“Be bold enough to struggle,” he said.
‘Nobody son of nobody’ is not a poetic idea. It is the only Reality.
Not the ‘reality’ of Reality TV.
The ideal of being a ‘nobody’ is a finger pointing beyond
the illusion of being a somebody –
the banner of the Visitors to a Foreign Land.
It’s time to get serious about being a nobody
or we’ll end up becoming a real somebody,
and that would be the grandfather of all catastrophes –
Forever doomed to ‘many happy returns.’
‘Do you understand Spirituality?’ he asked.
It is freedom from everything, including our crystallization of
‘nothing.’ So, be confused, confounded and strongly rudderless.
Out! Out of here!
Through this perfect everywhere.