Today, David told me that the world’s greatest geniuses including Albert Einstein– who also happen to be some of the most productive and successful of the Earth’s inhabitants, only slept on average an hour per night. So it’s probably okay, he said, that I only got five hours of sleep last night and feel great. I wake up smarter each morning by staying up late to write and research and scheme.
(I meant to post this yesterday on 2/21, but for the record, it is now 12:21am.)
As I mentioned earlier, I am on a mission to undercover the messages behind number sequences that appear to me on a daily basis. 221 is one of them, so I dedicated February 21st to solving its mystery– or any part of it. I discovered that the main theme of 221 is celebrating the love of friendship.
In the past 24 hours, I have been fortunate enough to spend time with both my closest and longest friends. All in 24 hours, I’ve made a music video with my artsy friend from senior year of high school, had quality morning coffee time with my best friend/sister since first grade, enjoyed a formal high tea with my writing group gals, mingled with all my favorite Starbucks customers, and sang 90s songs with my coworkers. I’ve also been reminiscing on memorable times with friends I haven’t seen in awhile, those living out of town.
These kinds of things don’t just occur on a daily basis. Do they? Perhaps this may just be the beginning of my fortune in friendship.
In reality, I should have done a better job of hiding from the public since I bailed on the Unitarian Universalist Church and their request for me to sing at their service today in which the main theme was “Love and Friendship”. However, I failed to finish the song I began writing about friendship. I believe I have found the inspiration to finish it now.