Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 v. 1: “To everything there is a season, and a time for every purpose under heaven.”

Ecclesiastes 3:1-8  v. 1: “To everything there is a season, and a time for every purpose under heaven.”

And Shakespeare:  “To be or not to be?  That is the question…”  Hamlet


To be or not to be –   

to walk or not to walk –  

to read or not to read –

to write or not to write

to journal or not to journal

to clean or not to clean

to sew or not to sew

to hope or not to hope

to judge or not to judge

to wish or not to wish

to dream or not to dream

to connect or not to connect

to store or not to store

to hoard or not to hoard

to work or not to work

to plan or not to plan

to notice or not to notice

to ponder or not to ponder

to think or not to think

to feel or not to feel

to taste, or hear, or smell or


not to taste, or hear, or smell

to touch or not to touch

to see or not to see

that is the question /

these are the questions

and it all boils down to –  

to be or not to be –

and to know or not to know –

to realize or not to realize

to recognize or not to recognize

to admit or not to admit

to surrender or not to surrender

to fight or not to fight

to rail or not to rail

to importune or not to importune

to live or not to live

to be or not to be

w/ heart & soul & mind & strength

to really Be –

that is the question

do I, do we, can we,

can I?

Simply Be?

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