Crooked Finger (crookedfingers) wrote,
Crooked Finger

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this project of becoming an existential individual

It is 9:11 AM Tuesday morning in the flow of Time. Outside this morning it is gray and foggy. We are suppose to see some sunshine today.

I got up around 7:15 AM this morning. When I got up I found my wife reading her Bible in the living room. I made for us oatmeal for breakfast. After breakfast I messed with our main computer and then wrote in my paper diary. So the morning goes by. I have no plans for the day. Carol goes back to work tonight.

Last night I read my books and we went to bed around 10:30 PM.

music Fennesz 'Black Sea'

Not much else to report this morning. Today is our granddaughter Louisa Mae's birthday, she is now two years old.

Yesterday as Carol and I were driving to a grocery store our daughter-in-law Emily called to tell us her grandmother has passed away during the night. Emily's grandmother was 92 years old when she died. She died at home with family by her death bed.

The last book I attempted to read last night was titled,"At The Existentialist Cafe: Freedom, Being, and Apricot Cocktails with Jean-Paul Sarte, Simone De Beauvor, Albert Camus, Martin Heidegger, Edmund Husserl, Karl Jaspers, Maurice Merleau-Ponty and others" biography/modern philosophy by Sarah Bakewell. I have been reading along with this very interesting book a book titled, "Existentialism" by Thomas Flynn.

I suppose I will close to drift. Carol plans to take a meal to a family out in the country this morning. This family just had their second child and they go to Carol's church. The father of this expanding family is a celery farmer.

Maybe I will wake up sometime today and be able to focus on something. Existence keeps speeding by. This coming May my wife and I will celebrate being married 38 years. Where has the time gone? It just seems yesterday when we got married and started our life together as a married couple. We are here for just a moment and then we are gone. I am glad to know that the marriage covenant is eternal. Carol and I will be together forever and ever. True love is eternal and never dies.

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