Tyler Remus Cloud’s Practical Madness

 

Blogger Tyler Remus Cloud and His Musings on Life



butts, the capital of giving a shit.

Posted by on Jan 22, 2014 in Practical Madness | 0 comments

It is very easy to search intent in a person who isn’t the self. Searching our own motivation is only difficult . . .

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The endless trump card of the future

Posted by on Jan 19, 2014 in Practical Madness | 0 comments

It is always possible to create something good. Make love, with one’s mind or spirit or words or actions or creativity but do not make evil in the face of evil to spite evil because that is being a recruit of evil. Create good in the face of bad, control thoughts and create good ones.

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Momentary lapses in kicking ass

Posted by on Jan 18, 2014 in Practical Madness | 0 comments

What if every inspiration you felt from amazing music, brilliant speakers, wonderful people, grand landscapes, amazing books, all the jazz, what if all that was a reflection and a release of the greatness inside of you? That is a wavelengh, a feeling, a vibe, a piece of the inner you that is always present and you always bring some vibe to the table. Remember that you can bring that and that words fail to describe. Magic words fail to explain the magic prize and a person can be a beacon for the wonders they feel. Project some wonder and swing...

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Detailed notes on randomness

Posted by on Jan 17, 2014 in Practical Madness | 0 comments

Pretend that every person is part of the world. We are all cogs turning in a big machine or organs in a bigger being. When the world gives us shit, we tend to fight it and produce more shit. As a whole, this is disease. The person who gives more pain is adding to the poison. So when the world, other people, or the self start making shit the best thing to do is save the world. One step forward fixes one step backwards and one step forward is something fun a person can enjoy and believe in. Fighting back is quite often like destroying the world...

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Going fast blurs the peripherals.

Posted by on Jan 16, 2014 in Practical Madness | 0 comments

Life is not a linear experience, relationships and adventures all have many facets. The more one sees only their goal, the more they miss out and the irony here is we don’t know what we’re missing because we are so set in who we are. Giving up the need to be right and surrendering to the universe around us being bigger than us puts a person in flow with forces infinitely bigger than them and makes them just as powerful. Keep moving but keep opening your eyes, its a pretty constant reset as the world constantly changes.

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The Keys to change need to glitter to work

Posted by on Jan 15, 2014 in Practical Madness | 0 comments

The sound of irritation in a person’s voice that comes into play as they try to explain something they feel is already explained is one of cognitive dissonance within the conversation. But it must be one of joy for it is one of growth . . .

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Keep moving forward

Posted by on Jan 13, 2014 in Practical Madness | 0 comments

When you let go of being right and reach for more understanding of the world, you begin to flow with the universe. Time and space become a river to which you are part of instead of a block, desperately staring at the past trying to act strong as the rest of the universe passes you by. We are not right or wrong, we are conscious and it is a decision to enjoy or battle that.

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Now, what do you want?

Posted by on Jan 11, 2014 in Practical Madness | 0 comments

Now, what do you want?

Finding depth in things often leads to finding answers put sticking your head deeper in a mattress filled with poo will always leave you covered in poo. Though you may find a shiny coin, the journey one ventures forth set the tone of how they will feel. So many fights, quests, goals are waged forward with good intent but the avail is often lost and the journey itself is the true experience. People are often addicted to seeking contextual depth rather than picking a journey they will enjoy for...

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