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Reviewed by Lisa McCombs for Readers' Favorite
In Disorganized Thoughts, author Zeek visits the inner being of his mind. His goal to record random thoughts and musings during the Covid-19 2020 global pandemic results in this engaging monologue. The random thoughts and jumbled fears reflect the uncertainty of the times as well as his questions of spiritual existence. Zeek discusses his thoughts on a myriad of topics: political reform, religion, weapons/military responsibilities, racist behavior, and government actions or lack thereof. The scribe reasons that “…I am writing this amid global pandemic, where elected leaders across the globe have to make some critical decisions if they’re lucky in a matter of hours that will have a rippling effect across the country they lead. And the crazy thing is, no matter what decision they make, it will not make 100% of the people happy.” Zeek’s words affirm the idea that nations focus far too much on negativity. Social media and reality television are built around controversy.
As Zeek compares our bodies to a vehicle existing with intent to create harm and enforce chaos, it is easy to slip either into that negative role or summon a regiment of hope. He questions an individual’s vehicular meaning. Are you an asset or a liability? The reader is forced to take a realistic and honest look into personal purpose. “Are you actually helping to unite the world/planet? Or are you really just pretending you are?” Careful to avoid offending the reader, Zeek insists that we are responsible for our own actions. The spontaneity of Disorganized Thoughts is evident in the raw, unedited remarks written by a man simply known as Zeek.