Sunday, March 16, 2014


I am uncharacteristically fond of those instances in life that remind us of just how human we are. There are the moments we discover we are, in fact, not invincible; moments we discover we are bruised; moments our delicate little egos are bruised; and the moments we discover life doesn't owe us a damned thing.

Contrarily, there are moments where we aren't sure as to whether or not we deserve it, but we are shown love, and we win. As a young man, I am learning more and more that nothing about the process of becoming wise is methodical. Allowing your mind to race, attempting to rationalize and make sense of why *some* things happen can, time and time again, prove to be a waste of energy and time.

What am I trying to say here? I'm telling to live in the moment instead of trying to index what just happened in the previous moment.

Allowing yourself to be readily conscientious at given instant lends your mind the opportunity to experience each moment as it occurs. Don't question everything. Don't be skeptical of too many things. And if you're going to complicate your life, make sure you're doing it for the right reasons.


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