When you are small, things just are, but when you grow up, they ought to be how they aren’t. We forget their existence and question their relevance, forgetting relevance isn’t predetermined, it’s derived.
We have set up camp right at the horizon. We are pushing our boundaries, not realizing that it won’t take more than a moment to level the playing field.
But even if it takes more than a many moments for us, we will bounce back; better, stronger and more determined than ever because even when nature goes out to reclaim what was originally hers, we will fight to retain each and every one of ours.
Why are the funniest people the loneliest?
The ones who make jokes rarely find people who can take them.
The things I believed in as a child, I lost belief in when confronted by life.
It was the hard way that I realized, I was right all along.