Put in some earphones/headphones and turn your music on, look outside that window you’re sitting next to and think aboutlife. Some of the things I think about is all the mistakes I’ve made and all the things I wish I could have done differently. I think about how things happen for a reason, and wonder why did those things have to happen and what are they leading to? A thought that came through my mind was, am I making these huge fucking mistakes as a tool to learn and to impart my hard earned wisdom upon others?
Why did I have to get in trouble? Why did I have to get busted? Why did I have to destroy a friendship? Why did I get involved? Why, why, why? I have learned from my past mistakes and I continue to make new ones…and fuck, I learn the hard way.
Another question I like to ask myself and probably a question you may have asked yourself is, where is my life going or how will I ever get to where I want to be? I sit and think about what I want to do and how I want to do it. What do I have to do to get to where I want to be?
Why me? Where am I going? What’s going to happen?
Monday Apr 9 2012
Mahatma Gandhi said “You must be the change you want to see in the world.” And while he undoubtedly had the bigger picture in mind, this philosophy can also work in your personal life and in your personal relationships. You now share a union of some kind - romantic, friendship, workmate - that you wish would improve. But if you make yourself constantly conscious of being your own personal best, you will inspire the other person to do the same. You have more power to change things for the better than you know.