Monday, September 7, 2009

Stone into sand.

I was talking to my friend Jessie today about the always confusing situations that occur throughout our everyday lives. We were discussing, in so many words, the unforgiving toll these confusions have on our minds; whether it be our logical, emotional or spiritual minds. I was so aggravated even by the thought of us spending precious time talking about them that I came to an epiphany. Things don't need to be set in stone, and even when they are, they can be chiseled out. We pretend things are important when really they are not. Decisions that seem perpetual and unchanging, can be moved in an instant by life's current, transformed like a rock turned into sand. There's no need to worry because worrying only stops us from doing the things we really want to do. And there's no reason to hesitate to do the things we want to do because precious time is all we have, and moments are all we'll remember.

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