What Color is Your Personality?
Now that everybody wants to have a red nose I am changing mine to blue. Or green. My nose color will change to whatever color suits my personality at that time. My college filmmaking partner Jon Weindorf used to call me a chameleon. That’s exactly what my young drunk conniving mind was: a chameleon. I was full of life and my energy was wild and unfocused. I ran around the film and music industry like a spaced out chameleon trying to be what I thought would sell.
My addiction response has been transferred to blogging. The purpose of this blog is to illustrate the fact that I am now addicted to spontaneously writing articles on personality, meditation and universal consciousness. It is much cheaper and healthier than drinking. Now I am addicted to thinking. Time for treatment of my personality disorder with prayer and meditation.
The Over Socialized Personality
Who had the bright idea that everybody should conform their image with a red nose? When no one is looking I flash my blue nose in the mirror to remind myself to be myself. Playing all these silly reindeer games was never part of my method of operation. I prefer to be off the grid and unplugged from the matrix. I am Rudnick the Blue Nosed Reindeer and I subversively blink my rainbow nose at your over socialization. Later today I will change my nose to a setting which is appropriate to light social lunchtime intercourse. I will set my nose to a cool setting because it is 108 degrees in the desert.
My lights are turned on and everybody’s home having a cosmic meditation party. I used to look around and wondered if anybody liked me because of my red nose. Now I flash my rainbow nose and wonder if I really feel like investing my time in talking to anyone. I have become very selective. I have become discerning. I want to be like the people I hang out with and I don’t really want to be like any of the people I am hanging around with. That’s why I said goodbye to the life I was living just last year.