Comfortable: (adj) clothes or furnishing providing physical ease and relaxation.
I didn’t become a writer because I favor timeclocks. Deadlines were alwaysdead to me.
I avoid them.
It happened to me this morning. I got up in the middle of the night and enjoyed a creative time of scrawling and bawling. I often do that.
The sheer beauty of God’s Universe and the joy I have in emoting about it sometimes turns me into a silly little girl who just found out that the boy she likes
didn’t check the right box on the note she sent asking if he liked her.
So when I awoke again, at what would be considered a normal “getting up time,” I was not comfortable with such an explosion of energy.
Guilt slipped in.
I thought to myself, I’ve got to get busy–write my blogs and post my articles, prepare my podcast. Hardboil my eggs.
My God, without all of these responsibilities, who am I? I become just some sort of guy walking around, breathing air, enjoying life as it happens, appearing to be without reasonable constraints.
I rolled over.
Sure…my blogs are getting posted later today. I assume this will merely create intrigue rather than disapproval. And if there are people out there waiting for them, they shall have the pleasure of perusing them in the afternoon.
It is important on our journey to be comfortable. You can tell when you’re around someone who is festering a gut-full of tension, because all you have to do is suggest the idea of pursuing comfort in your adult life, and they will quickly explain why this is impossible, irrational and a sign of having a “Peter Pan Syndrome.”
Peter Pan wanted to stay young.
I don’t need to be young. I can get old…
Just as long as you let me be comfortable.
Published by Jonathan Cring