"I'm a man, but I can change, if I have to, I guess."

Yes, I laughed each time that I heard the Possum Lodge benediction.

But I sometimes think about it too, especially when the duct tape holding my old self together begins to peel.

Do I have to change?


If I do, what are the changes necessary?

Is there one main objective, something that I should be that I am not now?
Defined by whom or what?

Am I trying to hit a moving target?

Will I eventually get to: "I'm a man / but I changed / because I had to / Oh, well"?

Stay tuned.

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