My most devoted readers and the rest of you Astuties out there, will duly note the one week delay on this post. Was pretty sick last week this time, and though drafted this piece on Sunday last, well, it's been a procrastination-fest for some reasons this week.
Allen's point in this chapter is simple: PHYSICAL ENGAGEMENT, I.E. ACTUALLY DOING what's in your TO DO list creates a synergy and unleashes new energy.
It's like fusion.
Intention and action collide with HYPERFORCE--OK, MAYBE NOT HYPERFORCE.
But the collision itself is enough to effect entire new projects , new ideas, new bridges, among old ideas.
Me, I find it inordinately hard to let go of literally the smallest scraps of paper.
Every receipt tells a story.
Chronologically organized as my mind is, I find it difficult to impose other order -- hence this series -- but more to the point, I find it difficult to toss these bookmarks of my history, nor to organize them in any kind of display/collection.
Then there's any of my daughter's schoolwork, which I'm loath to give up. And there's a bunch of it.
Not to mention every scintilla of brilliance I've ever put on card stock, parchment, papyrus or refined wood pulp.
Notebooks, too. Lots of notebooks. Dating to '75.
And, of course, the organizing of the small treasures: photos found in an old notebook, book, box, bag, etc. I have containers w/in containers and putting things wanted in some order continues to challenge me.
I'd like to close a lot of these open loops and release that energy.
I've got books, clothes, cassette tapes, housewares and more. Free to good homes.
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