I’ve often prided myself as an excellent listener for my colleagues and friends.
But nowadays, I’m not so certain about that…
See, I’d call them (it’s usually that way; they’d rarely call me…I wonder why) and I’d listen to their worries and thoughts…but even when my mind’s absorbing what they’re saying, the other half of my dear sanity is focused on what my problems are these days.
What does it mean to be friends, in this day and age, I wonder?
So the time keeps flying past us, as all the traffic in those hectic roads do.
I wonder though…
Will my time be the same as yours? Will our “times”, in the end, sort of, average out themselves?
I wonder what that says about love.
As I survey the world around me, I’ve got an inkling about the future that’s ahead of me.
There may be many an obstacle that gets in my way
(whether it be the LSAT or LNAT; finding the right publisher & editor, or other challenges that I’ve not even thought of yet)
but I’m certain that I’ll get through it all and come out of that rabbit hole in one piece - because I’ve finally learned what life’s all about…
Paving away my very own path in this world…boy, this should be interesting.
Even as I type these words, the future’s quickly turned into present and now it’s gone into the past, never to be changed…
All we can do
Take a breathe and do everything in your power to find your life’s calling.
Best regards. ;)
The Second Amendment is causing us, as a humanity, more and more harm these days; all these mass shootings are, I’m afraid, just the tip of the iceberg - what with all those so-called “minor” gun-violences that are roaming across the streets of U.S…
It has to end. How many more tragedies do we need before we start saving lives??
We’ve had more than enough…
Proper debates about guns need to take place in our societies.
Let it be known to the whole world - that violence should not be tolerated. That preventable tragedies shouldn’t occur.
That no one should ever have to attend their loved ones’ funerals…
Let’s save lives.