When life jumps a curb on Easy Street
Jonas Ellison

Well, I read both your articles today and after reading this one I got the sense that your Easy Street was a place from where you choose your life-reactions. For me, it’s a place from where I choose my life-decisions, not reactions. I cannot help but react badly to something that is frustrating. And after that, I cannot help but look back at it and try to learn from it. Both these processes are not easy, but they are EASIER than trying to appear easy (hope that makes sense) and they are also very essential. In fact, trying to be on Easy Street all the time is actually more stressful and not so easy. But when it comes to life decisions, for me, Easy Street = Natural Street. If something doesn’t FEEL easy, it isn’t natural… and if it ain’t natural, then it ain’t meant for me.