Will there ever be enough time?

The answer is no, probably not.

Do we have the courage to accept the things we cannot change?

The answer is, yes, we probably do.

Will we?

The answer is…life.

That’s what life is.
Understanding what is and what isn’t; separating those realities from the void of mental constructs; and ultimately, finding peace amongst them.

Getting lost along the way is natural and expected.  Some wander farther off than others.  Those with the surest sense of direction do their best to bring them back.

Or at least offer them a beacon of hope.  Or strike up inspiration.  It nearly doesn’t matter what struggle you face: the solution is to keep fighting.

At a certain point it boils down to survival, which in turn lends itself to evolution.

So we march on.  Alcoholics, addicts, depressives, countless others bearing their own afflictions…all humans.
As humans, we march on.  That has become the foundation of my program: forward.  Sometimes a leap, sometimes a crawl, but it remains:




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