Ray Quesada

(08-08-1986)

Just Some Realizations


**Very few people are simultaneously
aware of their significance
as well as their insignificance.

- To forgive is to be forgiven.

- Lack of Sleep: Your subconscious
artistry you use while in R.E.M., that
effortless creativity, carries over into
consciousness when one avoids too much
sleep - - Life is a subjective and deeply
personal symbolic hallucination - our
need to hallucinate is a spiritual need
and when the mind's/soul's need to hallucinate
is disturbed or resisted it will eventually
push through anyway, regardless of being
asleep or awake.

Submitted: Sunday, March 31, 2013
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