“When life itself seems lunatic, who knows where madness lies? Perhaps to be too practical is madness. To surrender dreams — this may be madness. Too much sanity may be madness! And maddest of all: to see life as it is, and not as it should be!”
There are few things I’m truly convinced of—I believe, anymore. And most, if not all, have nothing to do with this world.
I believe there to be only one truth, but that everyone has their own unique experience of it.
I believe there to be only one way, but all will be found by it sooner or later.
I believe there to be only one light, but it more often than not takes darkness to see it.
I believe there to be only one life, but it takes you dying to live it.
See, the thing is, it’s not at all about what “should be,” but what really is.
See, Aldonza shouldn’t be Dulcinea, she IS Dulcinea. She just doesn’t see it.
To see life as it should be is to see it as it truly is, not what it and we and you and I are told it is. It’s to see the reality behind the illusion.
The knight behind–within the madman.
The princess behind/within the harlot.
The reality all around us, that this world is pregnant with.
To see what’s behind the carpenter.
To search for what’s behind the lie, what we’re told. What we believe to be real.
To see that what should be is what truly is and that is why it should be!
Lastly, I believe that to accept me is to accept what I say, what I truly say; ultimately, to accept me is to accept what will follow, and what has come before.
I am a madman.
But a madman who dreams.
Who dreams an Impossible Dream.
So…care to join me? Care to “Dream the Impossible Dream“?
~and let the world be better for this.