Friday, February 12, 2016

Bio 75

Steady operation is when a service facility has been open and in operation for some time. When I reach steady state, I feel void and would like a just sit and stare at a point in the wall, usually a defect or something, that makes it different from everything else and most appropriate to focus upon. Then I would turn on the music, the melancholic playlist I made myself on Spotify and keep listening to it. The playlist mainly includes my favorite piano pieces that take me to another land and leaves me floating there, wondering around without the urge of engaging in a thought process or even vacated of the automated thought generations of mind. There, I just am, in my steady state of being, where there is no wonderment or undulations of mental waves. It is so serene and peaceful that I would like to be operational at all time, only to reach this point, where nothing can worry, exalt, exasperate, or alter my mood, and oh, it is so sweet.
Here are just a few of the melodies in this playlist (I am not into music so I am just copying their names as they are in my playlist):
-          Adagio from Concerto No. 3 in D Minor by Bach
-          Petit Reve Bizarre No. 20 by Brad Hill
-          Naval by Yann Tiersen, a soundtrack of the movie Tabarly
-          Du Cote de Chez Swann, played by Ellen Cunningham Weaver
-          Adiago Marcello Bach, played by Leslie Bridges
-          Valkyrie No. 11 in B-Flat Minor, played by Calos Marquez
-          Nocturne No. 20 in C Sharp Minor, by Frederic Chopin