Thoughts like shadows swelling through my mind…

Often times I wonder what makes us humans tick. How this whole existence of ours works. Why certain things are the way they are. Why we react to certain things in certain ways. But, realistically, even though it isn’t necessarily a bad thing to question, or analyze things, sometimes you just got to live life, and go with the flow.

Yeah, I know. Not that easy. But if we just learn to let things that happen to us go, and let things play out, it would be for the better. Sometimes we can make our problems worse by resisting, forcing, or ignoring things. We have to have more faith in ourselves and give ourselves more credit. Things will happen, there will be times you fall. Same goes for me. But, it’s all about getting up and moving forward.

Retracing things in your life and wondering what happened to you, what you’ve become, unless in a positive light, slows the progress down. I know for me, I want to get on with moving forward as soon as possible. But patience is key as well. And sometimes, you can’t help but be patient, because like I said before, resisting, forcing, or ignoring doesn’t really work.

So, don’t ask yourself what you, or your world have become, ask yourself how you, and your world are going to be….

“He who spends time regretting the past loses the present and risks the future”. – Quevedo

Now Playing: “Driving Nails” by Demon Hunter

3 thoughts on “Thoughts like shadows swelling through my mind…

  1. Makes me think of “It is common sense to take a method and try it. If it fails, admit it frankly and try another. But above all, try something.” — Franklin D. Roosevelt

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