Wicked’s reality is Fictitious!

 Here we go again, with another Fiction Friday story, and today we have “Wicked’s reality is Fictitious!” In these ever changing times in this life, how many of us have questioned: What is real and what is a figment of our imagination? Wicked was thinking about the value that we place on things, objects, possessions…You know? The things of this world, for which, some people place value. In these hard economic times, with so very many people being out of work, and property values at unrealistic lows, in some cases, being cut almost in half, depending on their locations. You may be following Wicked’s premise here, and where he’s headed with today’s story.

When in reality, these fictitious values that we place on things, is not what life is all about. Depending on your beliefs, about the meaning of life, and what one’s purpose is, can be a real eye opener to what is reality and what is fictitious. In planning for his future, Wicked had this fictitious idea that there would be some kind of stability in the economy, and the value of things. Wicked’s reality is proving him wrong with his fictitious idea and his way of thinking. Realistically, how should Wicked plan for a future in this fictitious world of unpredictability?

There’s a philosophy in life about going with the flow and being one with the universe…Wicked will be contemplating this kind of thinking, and meditating on the unknown possibilities in life. This is all just really too deep to be thinking about on a Friday: Have a Great weekend and Enjoy Life!

Thanks for Listening,

       Jeff

My Unique Life in Windows Live Space

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About Jeff

I started my Blog on November 25, 2006 and I wanted a Web page where I could "Learn Something New!" Windows Live Spaces made it so easy that even I could do it. I made a commitment to myself to write something in my Blog every day. My writing challenge ended on May 23, 2012.
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