Bitmap not Vector

Posted by on Jul 13, 2010 in 2010, choken sounds, Choken Word, Fear, Peace, psychology


taking in deep breaths and breathing deeply, no regret. remembering that you are at peace and peace does not resist. peace permits the wind to take you away. maybe let it tease you. maybe let it breeze you. but find shelter and stick up for your ways. the days when you were young are no longer but you are here and sung. loudly from the mountain tops of liberty. i am. my opinion matters. it is not shattered upon the deaf. it is only unsung to the bereft.

years of sleeping and weeping and watching. dressing up in black clothing for more mourning. realizing there is no age. there is no sage. there is no one, one. no years of politics that will make you know this. sow this. this is a heart thing. not a mind thing. this comes from sweeping and mopping floors. weed whacking and stacking lumber for chores. back sore. hands building calluses of time. flesh thickening. feet sticking to the concrete you just poured.

the pizza deliveries. the bad tips. the unequipped. all shapes and forms. all ages alarmed. that the lesson is continuous. there is no ending to your opinion. no wisdom in the ending. i have stood at the sink hole and seen that there is no hole in the hole. no ya’ll in the you all. no ain’t in the isn’t. no pain in the intermittent. for pain is a waxing waining movement of lack of pleasure. a seizure between your leisure.

most of all, and to this I wish you to listen. once you have let go. emotionally and physically. there is no prison that can hold you. for you are no longer here. you have peered into the darkness and seen only light and you have no more fight. only truth. for the letting go is a powerful might. that needs no job title. that needs no office view. that needs no substance to find wealth. it’s a stealth that hits you. finely tuned vortex. bitmap not vector. a timeless sector. unlimited megapixels of your true reality.

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  1. Akbar Lightning
    July 13, 2010

    BRAVO!!! a really wonderful piece globo…i love it…truly…

    akbar

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  2. Logocentric
    July 13, 2010

    Beautifully written. Beautifully spoken. Amazing, amazing! Keep it rolling, G. I am blown away more and more.

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  3. globatron
    July 14, 2010

    thanks mates. i keep you you both as the standard to maintain and you both keep taking that standard higher.

    looking forward to reading and learning more from both of you.

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  4. Greg
    July 14, 2010

    What’s your Vector Victor? This is Ober over. 🙂

    It is far to little we get to use the word vector.
    Moral imperative that we provide the Airplane reference.

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  5. globatron
    July 14, 2010

    Funny Greg.

    To me vector is graphics that is based on math. Bitmap is graphics based on pixels. They tend to be used for photos. Vector is used for illustrations a lot but not photography.

    So I guess I was implying bitmap is more human, especially since all our memories are now mostly stored via digital photos which are bitmap images.

    Anyways. I work with web graphics all day so that’s where that comes from. thx for reading.

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  6. Greg
    July 15, 2010

    Right I got the reference, was just remembering one of the best skits ever in movie history. Whenever I hear certain words it invokes the memory of that. Vector is one of them. So you work in digital graphics? What area specifically? I ask because two of my daughters are artist and a large part of their art is now digital, CGI animation, anime stuff. Their dream is to get into the area as a career, one wants actually animate anime films, the other wants to be into anything art related. Me personally, I have challenges with the stick figure in Hangman. But we each have our strengths.

    I have told them both that if they want a career in art to get out of Jacksonville because this area does not really have an industry in art. Happy Thursday all.

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  7. globatron
    July 15, 2010

    Greg, I’d love to give you some advice about this offline. You or your kids can contact me at [email protected].

    It’s a tricky world to navigate. I was somehow able to do art and take care of my family as well. Seems most end up not making art ten years out of school and if they are doing fine art, there are a very few who can support a family.

    Akbar also has an amazing artist resume and could help with advice as well.

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