disruptive.

Today I felt bored. I asked myself why. I gave myself the answer.

I had removed myself from a feeling, that skippy state of consciousness that always makes me feel ebullient and alive and rascally:

lightheartedness.

I therefore thought about this feeling and on how I could summon it. The word ‘disruptive’ popped up in my mind. ‘Disruptive’ as in ‘unruly’.  I looked unruly up in the dictionary. I found

not amenable to discipline or control

Then I looked up ‘undisciplined’

lacking in discipline, uncontrolled in behavior or manner

Then I looked up ‘discipline’

the practice of training people to obey rules or a code of behavior, using punishment to correct disobedience; the controlled behavior resulting from discipline.

Here lay the answer. Unawares, I had fallen prey to ‘discipline disease’. Good, good, good girl. No wonder I felt bored.

So today, my antidote will be this glorious word,

disruptive.

 

ps. which, by the way means innovative or ground breaking, i.e., original, fresh, newavant-gardeexperimentalinventiveingeniouscreative.

Perfect, I’m back on track.

 

 

1 thought on “disruptive.”

  1. Hello my disruptive girl – it is normal for you to be bored after 4weeks in Triest! But today you are going back to your “home” thay are allready 3 years from your lucky transfer. My best wishes and have a nice time – kiss DADDY

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