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For the journal - changes
A while ago I had thought that I wouldn’t keep up my form of journal any more here on Flickr as it perhaps isn’t really appropriate for a photography site where the image is the main interest. I had wondered about keeping a blog elsewhere but can’t really spend too much more time on the computer so in the end decided to stay and just write from time to time. It gives me the freedom to rant or ramble on as and when I feel the need without feeling I should do so regularly. Sometimes I don’t really want to defend what I think as these are personal thoughts though I’m happy to share them with anyone interested enough to bother reading them so I made a decision to disenable the comments from my journal pages from now on. That way no-one needs to feel obliged to read all that I write and then make a comment. But if you do read it whether you agree with what I think or not - thank you! Got back eventually after some time away having made a round trip of over a thousand miles within a week so I’m feeling pretty shattered. It was so good to see my old friends again a couple of times, I needed the hugs! Nice too, of course, to see my mum again but with mixed feelings and lots to think about. Since my dad died, not long after Christmas, she has had to think about the changes to her life that this will make. One of the consequences has been that she wants to downsize, not her house but her belongings and she has wanted to give away certain things to family members so that she will know that they have gone to those she wants to give them to. So this has meant a lot of sorting and cleaning and packing. It’s meant sifting through and keeping only the things which have great sentimental value or practical use and throwing out all unnecessary clutter while still leaving the house looking like home. We have made things more accessible by clearing the high shelves so that there’s no need for her to climb up on steps to get those things that are out of easy reach. In the time I had we managed to do quite a bit, though there is more to do when time and energy allow - it’s an ongoing process, making life more manageable. The whole process got me thinking of course, about how the early part of our lives is spent in acquiring...education, skills, possessions etc. Then, somehow. as the years gallop on, before we know it we get to the point that we begin to lose some of those things bit by bit. I’m not sure where it begins because sooner or later we all have to cope with loss of some kind and that can happen at any age. But the emphasis in society generally is all about gains not losses and while there are plenty of opportunities and people to help us with acquiring what we need, there isn’t really as much help in coping with loss, especially as people get older and the losses become more obvious. Losing anything is sad unless it’s something you want to get rid of so how do you approach the idea of inevitable loss, whether it’s income, relationships, possessions? Things come and go and people do too. I can more easily part up with possessions than I can part with people but that’s something that’s necessary too. I’ve never been one to collect anything and accumulate collections like some people do – clothes, jewellery, books, bottles of wine etc so I’ve never got hung up on material things, though if money had been no object I suppose I could have done so quite easily. Sometimes it’s possible to look at the process positively and see it as “decluttering,” “lightening the load”, at least when it comes to things. Things can get in the way sometimes, they need cleaning, maintaining, replacing, insuring, protecting – they are time consuming! And on a journey they can be heavy. Freedom from them can free your mind too. Possessions are important though. I know of someone whose house burned down and she lost everything. She was devastated and while insurance can replace what’s necessary it can’t replace the comfort of familiarity and the things that hold memories. A friend of my mother’s downsized so much with the help of her son that her house no longer seemed like home, there was so little left to remind her of who she was. We need a certain amount of things to help us in this material world but too much binds us to it if we’re not careful. Travelling lightly seems to be the best bet because after all we’re not here for ever! For myself, I think I’m all right about letting go of things but now somehow I need to become more philosophical and learn to let people come and go in my life without feeling like a lost child when they go. It’s time I made some changes too.077/365 :: Workspace
09/12/2009 Spent a good part of this morning cleaning my room, including cleaning up my seriously messy desk. It's nice to have a clean room :P Anyway, I'm going to put up notes describing the clutter that is my desk-area (and add to the clutter in the process :P). Feel free to add your own notes if you like :)
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