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Writing Blog 2

The Creme De La Creme Of Lovers Worth Buzzing Alone For

Roderick Campbell

by Janne Robinson

"The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars."  ~Jack Kerouac

Things to stop doing immediately: surrounding and dating people that are not vibrating at your level.

I’ve struggled to express in words, this feeling.

This feeling of people I meet not just being there.

People I can pass time with, share wine or coffee with, but not people who when we meet, we explode.

Where the rest of the world ceases to yell, and you tune into one another and loudly yell, “Yes! Yes! Yes!”

Because they get it and you and it’s like surfacing for air after foolishly believing you could exist below the surface.

So, why do we share company/lovers who vibrate differently?

Why do we settle and breathe/speak/love below the surface?

All the while struggling, gasping, and kicking to have the conversations and connections we are starving for?

Knowing we aren’t quite filled up, but staying below, anyways?

Are we married to our comfortability? Have we simply stopped searching for the others that make our souls tick?

If a friendship/relationship is just there to be there, we should all spend our time with other things that are simply there–like lamps, tables etc.

Friendships are just as valuable as relationships–they are like the drummer of the band, wildly invalidated.

Why do we take company, casual lovers and have friends we aren’t always crazy for?

I was at an event called Man Talks in Vancouver this year where a man raised his question and was asking about one of his friendships being unsatisfying.

He was stuck. Going into a long description of their friendship and how loyal he felt after the years etc, etc.

I raised my hand, and asked if I could interrupt to ask a question.

I turned in my chair, looked at the voice I had heard speaking for the last ten minutes and said, “If this friend was a girlfriend, would you still be in the relationship?”

The brain circling, ended and a simple, clear, and quiet, “No” echoed throughout the room.

We know, when it’s not there.

Our intuitions rarely lie, if you’re unsure how to hear yours, read this.

So, back to the search for those juicy, all up in our souls face vibrations.

Before I continue I want to say there is no right or wrong, better or worse vibration–there is just different vibrations.

We take our coffee different, some of us like salty, some sweet–it’s all the way that is best for us.

I would also like to say there is no “higher” or “enlightened” vibrations.

(Enlightened makes me want to vomit– we are all humble suckers just getting by. There is no superior souls–just souls)

I found one of these souls yesterday, she’s mighty and ferocious and warm and reminded me what I need in companionship–in all aspects of my life.

We met on the beach and began talking like rapid fire.

She reminded me with our connection, not to settle, in friendship or love.

These are the people–the sisters, the friendships, the creme de la creme of lovers worth buzzing alone for.