Philosophical Ramblings – Screw Gravity

Was playing guitar today, and I had a random thought: what if I was playing a G, but then the guitar decided to play an F instead? Like it just decided it’s not gonna obey the laws of physics and just do it’s own thing. It would be flippen crazy! Or if you dropped a pen, but then it decided it’s not going to obey gravity today, and just hover in mid air. MADNESS!

Imagine a world where there was no uniformity, where everything could just do what it wants. Imagine you could say ‘hmmm, screw gravity, today I’m flying Peter Pan style to freakin Japan!’ It would be flippen kiff!

Although it would be awesome to say ‘screw it’ to gravity and fly to Japan, imagine if everything and anything could do likewise… Chaos! Next thing you know there’s a train flying into your face. Imagine you’re playing a concert in front of thousands of people and your guitar decides it’s just gonna play random notes. NOT KIFF MAN, NOT KIFF. You’d have to be like ‘Sorry guys! Seems that the Law of Frequencies is acting up again. You all have comps to my next show.’

And then I thought, wow – the universe is pretty good at sticking to the laws of physics. As far as I know, these laws of nature have stood us in pretty good stead. I can pretty safely say that I can make a sandwich without fear of the butter knife flying randomly into my eye ball.

So I think it’s pretty safe to say that I don’t have a say in whether a pen will float or not if I drop it. It’s going to fall. Gravity has determined that already. But what I think is really interesting is that I DO have a say in what I say and do and that’s pretty awesome. I can choose to lie, or I can choose to tell the truth. I can choose what music I feel like making, or what sandwich I want to make. There’s no law called ‘The Law of Dave will eat a peanut butter sandwich on Saturday’. Screw that! I’m eating a strawberry jam sandwich today.

I do somehow feel that there is another law – a law of the heart, or a law of the spirit that we’re meant to follow. I think CS Lewis calls it ‘The Moral Law’. The difference is, we get to CHOOSE if we want to obey it or not! CRAZY! Although, it doesn’t seem so crazy, because people disobey ‘The Moral Law’ so often that it seems normal. What makes me so sure of this?

Well, the proof is in the pudding! The world is in freakin chaos! We might not have trains flying into our faces at random, but I think we can agree that there’s a lot of spiritual, mental, emotional chaos in the world today, and I think it’s as a result of people ‘breaking’ the laws of morality. And then I thought, wow – we’re pretty good at NOT sticking to the laws of morality.

I like to kiss random girls, I like to get drunk, I like looking at naked ladies, I like feeling really important, I like to talk behind peoples backs. I think part of me likes these things because they don’t stick to the laws of morality, in the same way I’d like to fly to Japan because it would disobey the laws of gravity. And then I wonder why my life’s a mess. It’s kiff for a while to ‘disobey’, but I know for a fact that it will come back to hit me in the face like a train that doesn’t want to obey gravity.

I really enjoy what the Bible says. Jeremiah 31:33 tunes that God will put His law in our minds and write it on our hearts. I think it’s so true because you don’t need to tell someone when they’re doing something wrong – they’ll already know it. You can tell by how people always try to cover something up if they’ve done something wrong, or how they’re unashamed if they’ve done something good. In Romans 8:2 it says that through the law of Jesus, the Spirit of life will set you free.

I could carry on but this post is already getting a bit long.

Thanks for reading!

Listen to this song I made to contemplate what you’ve just read.

7 Responses to Philosophical Ramblings – Screw Gravity

  1. susan March 10, 2012 at 2:48 pm #

    completely awesome!!! I wld like you to post this on my (email removed). Can you do that please? Also I am sharing this on FB – I am so proud I want all to read and hear. Thank you Dave.

  2. Mike March 10, 2012 at 4:28 pm #

    Ha ha. Nice. Mom read it out to me. I like it.

  3. Andrea March 11, 2012 at 10:44 am #

    I like this! I like how you speak the truth!
    I’m your creepy stalker like Meg in flight of the conchords. Only difference is I’m not creepy and I’m not entirely sure who I’m stalking. I just know it has something to do with the kiffness. Are there two people in this band? One? 5? I don’t know. I’m not about to get tshirts made, like Meg, since I have too little information.

    But I would like to say Bravo. You guys/girls/computer programs are awesome!

  4. Susan Schwartz March 11, 2012 at 11:23 pm #

    Dear Davey;
    Thanks for a great sound. So catchy and energy ridden.
    Best to you–

  5. Susan Scott January 31, 2015 at 1:22 pm #

    3 years later: someone (I am going to thank her just now on FB) picked up your Philosophical Ramblings post, how I do not know and it appeared on my FB yesterday – though I have only JUST seen it …a very kiff piece of writing ….

  6. Bren Murphy October 9, 2016 at 8:49 pm #

    Hi Dave,
    Just stumbled here today – this is so true and just plain beautiful!


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