Monday, February 23, 2009

Direction

Life is pretty confusing
You just don't know what is what
Or where where is
Or what the right thing to do is
From all sides opinions form
And you hear them all
And feel like writing about it is really pretentious
And you hate feeling pretentious
And you don't know what to do
You don't even know what you want to do
Which is worse?

13 comments:

le7 said...

You want to do what is right.

Also. How do you change the comment thingy?

The Real Shliach said...

How do I know what is right? I don't trust my heart, nor my brain, and my mashpia/neshoma won't pick up his phone!

Change what? I can do it if you want.

le7 said...

Exactly. You don't. That's what makes this all so frustrating?

Nevermind, figured it out. The "Tell us what you think..." bit is cute and I was trying to figure out how you did that.

The Real Shliach said...

Yup.

Ahh. I'm glad you like.

EndOfWorld said...

sounds tormented. this is what a mashpia is for. if he isnt answering the phone, then find someone else (temp, if you will) who will help you now. seriously. you think mashpias are just there to nag you on your birthday and yud tes kislev? this is why you're supposed to have them!

EndOfWorld said...

go! talk! to! someone! (responsible)

The Real Shliach said...

Tormented is right. Truth is, I don't need a mashpia, I need a brain. Yeah. Actually, we started communicating via email, which is a good thing.

Sefirah said...

I think you do know what you want to do, it just takes the strength to admit to yourself you really want it.

The Real Shliach said...

Ahh, young grasshopper, if only life was that easy.

Anonymous said...

Whats the problem?

J

The Real Shliach said...

As the Shliach who's owed me 430 bucks for seven months likes to say, "There are no problems, there are only challenges."

Cheerio said...

from a writer's perspective, it's nice to see you express yourself in a new form.
from a friend's perspective, it sucks that life is so confusing. good luck figuring it out.

The Real Shliach said...

New form? Sub-par poetry?

Yup.