Hanabi Calls For Peaceland

Inertia is the resistance of any physical object to a change in its state of motion or rest, or the tendency of an object to resist any change in its motion.

Starting something can be very difficult and frightening at that.  Inertia has a way of letting us know its not going to move a damn inch unless we really mean business.  That’s quite allright though.  Within the struggle is a trade off that, for the most part, goes unseen until the journey is near completion.  In exchange for your blood, sweat, and tears inertia provides us with a glimpse of our true colors or our true form (a reflection of self some only see flickers of).  So through today’s we give thanks to the proverbial toll both and its rotund keeper- Inertia.

Pick 1:  Kavinsky – Nightcall

Look to the left, the right- I’m on the ceiling.

Pick 2:  Daft Punk – Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger (TRAXX Remix)

Fresh perspectives on old thoughts can be powerful Traxx.

Bonus1:  Nujabes – Peaceland

Nujabes is medicine for the soul.  Don’t underestimate his power alive or through death.

Bonus2:  Nujabes – After Hanabi (Listen To My Beat)

Hopefully these tunes can steer your soul with the guiding light of inspiration and if you’re lucky… realize you’re not alone.  You probably never were.

Until Next Time.




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4 Responses to Hanabi Calls For Peaceland

  1. i love your blog, i have it in my rss reader and always like new things coming up from it.

  2. Devon says:

    how eloquently put sir, and how very relevant to my current status. sooo relevant in fact. I wish you could see me reading this. I’m like, “DAMN, yeah that’s too right.” Sadhu, sadhu.

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