Talking to an empty chair
Much was made the other night about Clint Eastwood pretending to talk to " Invisible Obama" in an empty chair. I avoid politics and mainstream media like the plague, yet I still read and heard about the speech. I'm not sure you can really call it a speech, it was more like a rambling, pointless monologue. Eastwood's mental clarity was immediately questioned by many, but how many of us have similar conversations regularly? We rarely experience life right here, right now. We're busy carrying on a conversation with someone that isn't really there.
That voice in your head, who is it talking to, who is talking? Give it some thought, or better yet, don't.
Posted by Dan Garner