A Regular Occurrence

There are those who write about being, thinking thinking and being being the same. Thinking is being for the being known as human, but it is not the only part of being, and what is it that is being if being is a raging thought? If thought is confused or misdirected, then what are we? Coming-to-being not being being. The great confusion of ancients over there being no non-being in being is solved by the insertion of not into the what, and the what and the not have never been separate. It seems a mass of confusion fused with nascent reasoning grows within, and what we are and that we are cannot be separated, reason working on an elusive , yet known, goal.

And then there is a wave of being thrown up into the air in the virtual storm.