Insomniac Notes on Insomnia

It is once again the best day of my life;

It’s got to be.

All I have is now!

Recurring Insomniac Thoughts on Insomnia >>

“…I think my latest bouts with chronic insomnia is more a mental disorder than a medical disease of the body to be solved with meds. Likely caused by my other conditions yet appearing to be a control issue—with control being determined by the mind. – See more at:

Marking 3rd day of insomnia, this condition has a mind of it’s own as a third party, influencing my own authenticity and reality & perhaps of our own individual colorful natures, as I see in my friends. In “confession” of mania, flitting feelings of spontaneous confessional prose spewing like Jack Kerouac writing “On the Road,” or as Carrie Fisher described her feeling as if a “light bulb in a world of moths,” regardless of today’s work and stresses, I continue my commitment to doing what I feel, and keeping it real, and in the now.

My commitment to self: to stay in the heart of my heart, where all the healing and wholeness resides, and to remain just as I am; myself.

This rare mental health condition I’m presented with often fascinates me incredibly; the mental challenges often faced & overcome. To seize the day again, in lieu of feeling guilt, apology or uncertainty for yesterday—the past, nor to anticipate tomorrow, in confession of such inspiration having derived from a product of <a class="StrictlyAutoTagAnchor" title="View all articles about stress here” href=””>stress & over-work… I move forward. I move ahead. Onward bound!

How simple it is to acknowledge that all the worry in the world could not control the future. How simple it is to see that we can only be happy now, and that there will never be a time when it is not now.

Jonathan Harnisch

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