Furious Movement

Posted: June 14, 2012 in Uncategorized

I think at some point every adult realizes that the biggest mistake from their childhood was choosing to end it. It’s not the job, or the sudden need to shave more and more, or the internalized urges to just do something with your life. It’s not a switch. It’s a fader knob. Slowly and undetectably, the ability to be completely reckless with time diminshes as the awareness that time has its limits increases.

Then, of course, being illogical, imperfect creatures, we make the single dumbest move possible. We spend the rest of that limited time lamenting the loss of some part of us we willingly let go in order to do something great.

The only greatness is in the loss found thereafter.

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Comments
  1. Sherlock says:

    Been doing some deep thinking lately?

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