I convince myself that I don’t watch TV. Well not with any regularity. I don’t own a TV myself, but I do get to glance at one in the house. So at times I get to see the news prejudiced depressing, the odd drama why so many murder shows, and the one or two programmes that I want to see Doctor Who The Walking Dead.
I should stop trying to convince myself. I don’t watch, but like many others I binge. Thanks to Netflix and other online streaming services I have enjoyed freedom from the programming guide.
A couple of lines have stood out for me recently. They have been drifting around in my head since I heard them. So thought I’d share them here, as an aide-memoire for myself and as a little meditative material for you.
So here’s a little wisdom from the TV, even though I don’t watch it… much
‘sometimes things come, good things, but there’s no future in them’
Rachel Menken – Mad Men
everything has a dawn and a dusk
From dusk till dawn