I've been thinking about a lot lately. About life. About where I see myself in one day from now. One month. One year. One decade. How things were 4 years ago. 4 months ago. Thinking about the direction I want to set myself in. Am I stalling on certain goals? Am I afraid of certain things? And I scared of change? Tired of chasing things? Am I totally and completely happy with where am I now? What is missing from my life? Thoughts. Thoughts. Thoughts. Always endlessly running through my head. It's good to always be thinking, dreaming, pushing forward, wanting to learn more. Do more. Be more. Sometimes I get frustrated or scared that I'm not going to see enough or experience enough of the world or life before a certain age. I want to live while I'm young. See as much as I can when I'm young. I want to experience each day as a day that is completely different from the day before and what the day after will be. Mmmm. Thoughts. Maybe it's because I'm 25 that I am having all these thoughts. In a ceaseless stage of transitions and changing of minds and figuring things out. It's exciting to think that the world can literally be at my fingertips. I can do anything. But one thing I realize that I need to stop doing is that I need to stop worrying about time. Why put a time limit on things? Something amazing and great and wonderful and spectacular may happen today, tomorrow, 5 months from now, 10 years from now. I've always been sort of an impatient one, so maybe taking things slower will be a good thing. I have my whole life to see this, do that, feel this way. It may happen tomorrow. It might have happened yesterday but I won't even realize it until 10 days from now. It may happen when I'm married and have children. Or it might never happen. But you know what? That's completely okay. Deep down I do feel like things happens for certain reasons, but that we also do have a huge hand in forming these happenings for ourselves in ways over time, despite outside forces that are known or unknown. As long as we trust our inner reasoning, that's all that matters.
And now here are a few little pretty things that make me happy right this second. Because every second counts.
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