Sometimes words cloud or confuse the issue. Words could lead to misinterpretation. A picture, straight to the point, take a moment to look at the picture. Words travel through a lot of cultural passageways and then pass through personal filters. The same thing could happen with a picture viewed at a glance. The trick is to slow down long enough to see what's in front of the eye.
Stonehenge Stumps explained to his son that if he was a good boy, he would find a prize at the bottom of the box of Cracker Jacks. If you do the right thing, you'll live the good life. Peter Stumps followed the carrot down the garden path. Unfortunately, things didn't work out according to plan. He ran into conflicts along the way. He made mistakes and was severely punished. Lohbado failed to live the good life. He never did attain the carrot. Instead, something amazing happened..... not what one might expect. It certainly was nothing to write home about, but it was ........ aaaahh.....
a world of humour and satire, the stories and characters are fiction and not meant to represent anyone.
Lohbado's Memoirs and Club Morono Tabernacle: The memoir, unlike a diary, has a story, sequence or organizing theme. One theme is identity, trying to figure out what lies behind one’s name. What exactly is this body/mind situation all about? What is the purpose of existence? Is there a purpose? What is this voice in my head that wants to know everything and which craves satisfaction and happiness?