Thanks cat for just taking the nastiest shit ever after I just had my deep thought for the day….fuuuuuck.
So, tomorrow I hop on a bus with my little red suitcase to head down to Louisville, KY to go work for a nation wide nonprofit organization. It is a temporary job in Louisville, they don’t have a permanent field office there. They do however have field offices all over the country mainly out west. Full time/permanent positions are offered in Seattle and Portland and other places but for now they really need help through they midterm elections down in Louisville. So, as Jack Burton would say, I said “What the hell.”
It’s a great opportunity to get in with a great network and fight the man and help my fellow Americans. The Citizens Action Coalition here in Indiana sure as shit isn’t doing anything and they are only based here in Indy and only focus on Hoosier issues. I prefer to focus more on a bigger picture and maybe someday work for a larger organization. This is one stepping stone toward that.
Also I love the fact that I can travel all over, the pay is good, I get to talk my ever loving heart out to whoever will listen and spread my passion.
There is a war going on. And this soldier is coming to your door to tell you about it and to help you understand that we must stop thinking about the ME and start to foster the WE.
My core being is love. Even though I do stupid and insane things a lot of the time - my heart and soul is love. Love for the Earth, love for my fellow man, love for all living creatures on this planet and love for myself. I am willing to sacrifice anything and everything to spread that love and to educate and organize my fellow humans.
I’m very excited for this opportunity. I’m also very scared. I’m worried. I’m second guessing myself and my decisions. However, at the end of the day I am a wanderer and a rebel and I do KNOW what I’m doing and I KNOW I’ll be aces.
But still, don’t think you won’t see drunk toilet selfies in various states…and who knows I may end up staying in Louisville - not sure yet. But, yeah about the shitter pics - some things will never change :-)
Today I hate everybody and everything.
— Frank Herbert, Dune (via wordsnquotes)
My mantra of late.