Cosmic Significance of Chaotic Events

I believe in the cosmic significance of chaotic events. Our lives, a farce or tragedy scripted by Irony, contain moments of joy and sorrow. Joy is meant to be and sorrow occurs upon the malfunction of the universe. When chaos strikes I dig deep into my free will and force a chuckle out of misery because I refuse to cry at the disaster before me.

My will against chaos is tested every day in the most mundane of circumstances. I fight back by thinking up of solutions for the malfunction.

When the crap hits the fan, I hold my nose, run for cover and thank the supreme being that it ain’t diarrhea. My noodle starts to tick about creating a device that vacuums the crap instead of spreading it.

When I feel the world is falling apart, I’m grateful that I’ve become an expert at putting things together. I’m concocting a formula for the Ultimate Super Crazy Glue Collapse repellant.

When I trip in heels I’m glad that my ankle is merely sprained instead of broken. I’d rather hobble for a few days than walk in a cast for months. I’m creating the anti-ankle twist stockings made of unbendable silky n sheer nylon steel.

When I begin to see the futility of existence I put on my crazy hat and I begin to see the world as a merry and purposeful place to be. I’m working the kinks out of my Crazy Hat prototype. I just need to turn the happy down a bit. I expect to sell millions.

When love ends, I’m thankful that the demise occurred before I’m dead as second, third, fourth, fifth (and more) chances are what make life worth living. I’ve written a “When You Need to Dump the Scum” questionnaire for those interested.

What’s the cosmic significance? Well .. I’m still here aren’t I? I find joy in chuckling and inventing crazy things. Who knows, perhaps my time on earth will change somebody’s life … especially my own.

If I didn’t have the chaos, I’d never know the joy. With that in mind, enjoy your life and laugh at the malfunction of the universe. You never know what kind of crazy ideas your laughter will bring.

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© 2011 Lafemmeroar

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35 Responses to Cosmic Significance of Chaotic Events

  1. hollyjb says:

    That was great! I especially like the first one. I chuckled out loud. ^_^ This helps to remind us to chill out and not take everything so seriously as if it’s life or death.

    • Lafemmeroar says:

      Exactly! Thank you for always getting my message 🙂

      • hollyjb says:

        I just keep thinking how almost everything that happens to Bastien (or any kid) is literally life or death (or the difference between a frown and a howl). And I remember how silly he’s being, but that he’s just a kid. Then I realize that adults can be this way as well.

        Thanks for putting this stuff out there!

        • Lafemmeroar says:

          I love “between a frown and a howl” toooooooo precious! I guess we’re all kids at heart. As I always say … I still feel 12 inside this 40 something body 🙂

      • hollyjb says:

        Hey, never feel like you’re ‘too old’ to be silly/have fun/be CRAZY! That’s what makes life enjoyable/bearable. 😉

  2. Eric says:

    “Who knows, perhaps my time on earth will change somebody’s life … especially my own.”

    Good stuff, all of it. Having a sense of purpose is everything about life.

  3. —-Dear Lafemmeroar,
    As I’ve been walking thru my darkness…Your posts have caused me to giggle 🙂 xx

  4. magsx2 says:

    Hi,
    Enjoyed the post immensely. The challenges of life, without them it really would be boring. 🙂

  5. Stumbled across your blog….your headings are totally eye catching!! Looking forward to reading more, thanks 🙂

  6. I love your attitude–life isn’t for sissies for whiners! You say it all so well.

  7. Patti Kuche says:

    So your glass is neither half- full, nor half-empty? You just top it up! Cheers!

  8. Aurora says:

    Funnnnnnnyyyyyy as always… you great big thinker, you…love it, this should qualify as true legends to live by lol Thanks for the fun and “real” read 🙂

  9. sayali611 says:

    🙂 Lafemme, this time not just a chuckle but you gave me something to live by!

  10. imakeeper says:

    Let me know when you have created that anti-ankle twist stocking 😉 I could probably use a pair of those babies!

  11. Wow. Inspirational. Optimism in the face of any type of tragedy, big or small, makes life better lived and makes us stronger people. Kudos.

  12. sparkylaurie says:

    Loved this post Lafemmeroar….it takes strength for anyone to smile in pain but it is a much braver person who makes another smile.You always manage to do this….and we love you for that!;)

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  14. Shonnie says:

    Loved it! You have been on my mind. Just wanted you to know I was thinking about you and sending you positive thoughts, feelings, and prayers! 🙂

  15. Emily says:

    I totally agree! Plus, misery makes for great humor blogging later down the line 🙂 Consider me subscribed!

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