An Examination Of Time (things I did)

Here are some photos from the last couple days. You can see some of the art I have made and delivered. I drove around. I painted outside at home. I have been shifting gears. I liked the dry days more than the rainy ones. I enjoyed working in the sun.

Thanks to those who support what I do. It means the world to me.

I also had some flowing thoughts about our place in time —or eternity, if you will.


They were only with us for a little while. You see, they were here for a season to place a feeling in your mind— an emotion in our soul. They were here as mind farmers. Mental seed planters. Now they are but ghosts — spirits from our past.

Time has ticked on. Time has rolled on to the next segment. You are still an important part of time but your role is now new and different. The years move on. Will you embrace this new season?

I’m struggling with the new age. In my mind I am still reaching back to the old — what is now somewhat archaic and covered in a yellow crackly tinge. I’m still reaching back to what was— but isn’t anymore.  Do you see? Do you hear what I am telling you?

I realized a little while ago that time has these seasons or segments. Time as a whole seems cyclical and patterns emerge. But your life continues to evolve into new eras. Our lives are all interconnected yet looping away and then back towards one another. A large turning net of energy and memories that sometimes overlaps. Sparks fly. Energy shifts. These are benchmarks of your life. Remember when….?

My life today is very different than my life a year ago or four years ago.

I think it is the same, but it is not. I want the past to stay present but that can not be. I should tuck those thoughts and memories away and use them to grow into this next phase. Fertilize the tree of your life.

Time moves on down the line.

It is a new season.

What will I become in this new segment of infinity?

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see you soon,
Kyle BlackCatTips Brooks



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