She didn’t want to think about that anymore. It was useless to. Time was too important to consider one more minute doing that kind of wasteful time spending. So she would create instead. Only create. Or, do the things which would free her to create. Nothing more.
Sweeping floors and mopping could be useful toward the goal of creating and organizing would be too. Anything that might make creating easier and clear cobwebs in the mind. Talking to people about things other than how many ways paper can be folded, painted or glued is useless. Other people have no interest in what is in someone else’s mind – unless it is to comment on or consider what is in theirs.
They aren’t very often interested in folded paper either.
Time spent creating is to be with the divine.
Petting cats is useful too. They deserve it. A dog too, if there is one near enough to pet. You can borrow someone else’s dog to pet if you must. Or ants. Ants don’t seem to want to be petted. They go about their business and don’t like much to be interrupted.
Ants are efficient.
Ants are good models.
Someone said the other day, “You wouldn’t give that any more consideration than you would to step on an ant.”
She gives a lot of consideration to how to avoid stepping on ants.
Some people are so self absorbed.
Some people don’t think ants are worth considering – that they can just be stepped on without thinking any more about it.
Cruel, evil people.
Order takers, mask wearers are likely among them because surely they aren’t giving much consideration to anything other than how to behave like they are supposed to. And someone has probably told them to go ahead and step on ants because ants aren’t important.
Are monkeys wearing masks?
Maybe only lab monkeys. Monkeys in prison.