Life. The eternal question.
What the hell is it all about?
How we begin to work any of this out is beyond me at the best of times. And as I grow in years so does my desire to have more time to work it out. Sometimes I wish the world would be kinder to itself. Sometimes I wish that a day could go on forever.
When the sun beats down upon my face, when the first flakes of snow begin to fall, when I feel loved or when I feel blissful – these are the perfect moments that thread together to form our lives. There are billions of them and they all mean something different to each of us.
Keeping hold of the good stuff
So how often do we remember the less than perfect times? Do we hold on to these like a glue that binds the good ones together? I do. In many ways it’s probably the only coping mechanism I posses that actually works.
How often do we look for the good during the sad times, the down times, the unhappy and less-than-ideal-times. Do you look for positives or embrace the fact that this is how things go sometimes.
That extremes, not of our making, need to be experienced to live a life that has been worth something? I believe they are necessary. I believe they give us a heightened appreciation for the better things.
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