The moment you realize that death is everywhere, and nowhere, that at any moment, everything you are, all the people you love…I don’t like thinking about it, no one does, I think it’s the one thing we universally and telepathically have agreed on as a species…death is scary.
And I realize that no matter how much I write or think about it, I’m never going to come to a conclusion, there won’t be an end on the topic of the ultimate end, no satisfactory one at least, so maybe that’s why I don’t like talking about it.
“We all die of something. ”— said, everyone.
‘If only you’d taken care of yourself sooner, if only you knew, then maybe you wouldn’t be in this situation.’
But that’s the thing about hindsight, it always comes to us too late.
Think about it this way, you could do everything in your power to prevent something, and still, get the same results. You could do all preventive medicine and still get hit by the rarest of sicknesses, meaning — A lot of it ends up outside of our control, especially when genetics come into play.
Illness is not good or…
A dream is the bearer of a new possibility, the enlarged starry horizon, the great hope. — Howard Thurman
hope /hōp/ noun
1. a feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen.
We aren’t meant to see the world for what it is, we’re meant to see it for what it can be.
When there is no hope you see the world for what it is, an entanglement of objects that appear and perish, with no regard with how it happens. …
The goal of life.
“Is an idea of the future or desired result that a person or a group of people envision, plan, and commit to achieve. People endeavor to reach goals within a finite time by setting deadlines.” — Wikipedia
“I don’t know what my goal is in life.” — Me
“Does life have a goal?” — Me
“I want to live a healthy life. One that isn’t full of pain. I think that’s a goal right?” — Also, Me, having this conversation with myself.
Maybe the goal of it all isn’t to find happiness. But to…