One aspect of our human conditioning that contributes to our downfall,
our unrealised potential,
our unfulfilled dreams,
is the fact that we forget.
We forget who we are.
We forget where we are.
We forget the direction we were walking in, when we first began.
We forget promises made … to others and to ourselves,
Often, I see people so overwhelmed by the emotion, that they grab onto a 2nd best life of sacrificed
dreams, to save themselves the pain.
And it saddens me.
Recently, I have been guilty of wandering down this path of self-destruction,
considering a life of mediocrity,
sacrificing dreams, for the sake of ‘stability’, ‘security’ and comfort.
Thankfully though, I am a dreamer, and somewhere in my programming, the option to let go of the dream was left out.
I just can’t.
I can self-destruct, like everyone else.
I can wallow.
I can get lost and confused and hurt.
But when it comes to that final fork in the road, I default to my dreams …
even if it is at the cost of everything else.
I guess time will tell whether this is a blessing or a curse.
Anyway, the reason you haven’t seen me here for so long is because I have been stagnant.
I have been caught in the crossfire between my dreams and the ‘reality’ of the world;
struggling to to find my balance.
For a moment, I began to think that I needed to sacrifice my dreams, to survive in this world.
For a moment, I led myself to believe that the way of the world is the reality that I needed to accept.
For a moment, I allowed myself to die.
So then I shaved my head … and now everything is better Read more »