Getting Introspective. Must be celiac

Flashback to college:

A friend talks about how people should take drugs to experience alternate perspectives. Then she says that I don’t need to because I’m already there.

Still don’t know how I feel about that. I’ve had people tell me, “You think too much.” And if I’m not careful, there are times when I spend more time explaining myself than I do talking. It’s especially bad when I’m tired or just plain out of it: that’s when it’s too much work to do the translation.

(goes meta) Huh. Complaining about the difficulty of translating to a “normal” perspective while out of it. Meanwhile, having a celiac episode while doing so. Figures.

(infinite regress) Ah the hell with it. Why do I want to write about tertiary, quaternary thought echoes anyways? It just starts to look like turbulence.

About D. J. Carmen

Software developer, fire spinner, musician, occasional artist, and wandering soul. Depending on the day, you may find me working on my latest project, walking about the park, or skipping stones by the river.
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