Take Out The Trash.
June 14, 2012
Is the trash taking us out, or are we taking it out? This may sound tacky but give me a minute to explain. By design when we see trash we think mostly to throw it out. Since the earliest of times we hide, buried and even burned our trash. And then comes the old saying, “one man’s trash is another mans treasure.” Giving new life and even hope to trash. And in modern times we now have entire lifestyles supported by what once was the trash of another. Can you say, dumpster divers.
In recent days it appears that Americans have gone on a binge, we are going gutter to gutter, surfing channel to channel, seeking all the trash that we can devour. The more we demand the drama the trasher the productions. Trouble is, no one is taking thought for who the real dumpsters are.
We all at some point or another may have responded to some of the trashiest aspects of everyday life. We have been garbage dissolves for some pretty raw stuff and some seriously rare folk. I have since taken inventory of the trash piles in my life and have sought to eliminate them. As a result I eliminated cable TV, it removed the distraction. I have eliminated toxic people, it significantly decreased the drama. I removed many past garments, scars and trauma’s, it removes the stench. No unsanitary and insane living for me. My suggestion; take out your trash, before it takes you out.
Tomorrows post: Make a Wish.
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This has been Sharon Saffold blogging on purpose and not by chance because chances are, I will blog again.