NOBODY ASKED ME BUT

We offer observations on the human condition from a 21 year old mind trapped in an 81 year old body.

NOBODY ASKED ME BUT

People say, “morning,” I say, “good morning.”

Nightmare, stumbling through Manhattan searching for a parking spot.

I fear not death as much as end of my mental abilities.

Triumph of life, a table opened for me just as I was ready to leave.

There is a difference between children creating with hands as against with computer.

I simultaneously inhabit the mind of a New Yorker, a Jew, an American and an Earthian.

I never take coffee from the urn until first paying.

I sometimes think America has been bypassed by history.

I hate backing a car into an empty space.

Some read words, others read ideas.

We 2012 humans daily think of money, I wonder what Cro-Magnons thought each day.

Clock not only ticks away time, but life.