6 April 2018 Friday 10:58pm
“Ever been to a cemetery? How many lost opportunities do you think are buried there?”
I’m having trouble with the cemetery tweet, God. So are you saying that opportunities that we let go or ignore will be buried with us?
When you’re given a compliment, what do you say?
I’ll say thank you.
Which means that by saying thank you, you accepted the compliment which are spoken words – which then becomes a thought in your head.
You can put it that way, yes. So what’s that got to do with buried opportunities?
Opportunities are thoughts, are they not?
So when you turn down or ignore an opportunity, the thought of that opportunity has already occupied a space in your head. Shall we put it that way?
Yes, we can put it that way.
So what happens when you are offered many opportunities in your lifetime? What do you think happens?
I suppose the thoughts about them will occupy a lot of space in my head. Can we cut to the chase, please? Just tell me why opportunities are buried with us when we die.
Your soul is invisible. Your thoughts are invisible. So what do you think your soul is made of?
My soul is made up of thoughts?
Actually, your soul is made up of feelings which it turns into thoughts. You turn thoughts into words, which you then turn into actions.
Okay, I get it. The soul may be made up of thoughts of lost opportunities. But the soul doesn’t die with the physical body. The soul returns to you. The body just deteriorates and disappears into the earth. Definitely there are no lost thoughts of opportunities disappearing into the earth. Um..Are there?
All of a sudden you’re not sure?
I was before. But this beating around the bush is making me confused. So I’m beginning to doubt myself.
That’s it? That’s all you’re going to say? Exactly? I still don’t understand our tweet. How can opportunities be buried with us when we die? I’m back where we started.
*sigh* Never mind.