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No I don’t want to write anything today.

No I don’t care that the rest of the world is getting ready for Christmas.
No I don’t get great joy out of the fact that the rest of the world has plans for New Years and I do not.
No I don’t have any kind of New Year’s Resolutions drawn up.

No I don’t think that it is fine the way things are in the world right now.
No I don’t think life is fair … which is probably a good thing now that I think of it.
No I don’t think it is going to change any time soon.

No I don’t see the wisdom in cutting life-sustaining programs to meet some politically motivated goal.
No I don’t think most politicians are motivated by anything other than self-serving interests.
No I don’t think the election in November of 2014 is going to solve everything.

No I don’t think Santa was white, or Jesus, or “all the important people in history”.
No I don’t think that all things said on any news channel are all true.
No I don’t plan to start watching a lot of television in search of … anything.

No I don’t think that this is usual and normal for me to gripe and complain.

But I’m doing it anyway. Today. December 21st.

I’m thinking it has to do with no sunlight. On this, the shortest day of the year. The winter solstice.

Hope you enjoyed your 9 hours and 26 minutes of light.


On an up note.

It only gets better from here.

Sunrise between the stones at Stonehenge on th...

Sunrise between the stones at Stonehenge on the Winter Solstice in the mid 1980s. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)