Well, I will be posting shortly for real, but since I apparently have a lot of viewers I wanted to let anyone who cares know that my thoughts have been a bit jumbled, creating a few posts that just had stupid mistakes on them. Since I redid the site a few months ago I may have been a little "off my game". I am correcting that.
Hope I did not scare any of the grammar police!
As the sun sets on another day I consider the webs we weave, only because as I sat ready to take a picture of the sunset I found a series of intricate webs in the fence where I ended up tonight. It seems each night I am being guided somewhere to give me some type of clarity or to somehow shed some type of light on life. (A bit ominous huh?)
Consider the web above and the story it tells. Once a strong web held with silk, it has lost purpose and sits in tatters. The work done to create this web was immense, however the end result now slowly fades away like the setting sun.
Like the web we all have some type of baggage in life. Whether it be from our past, our present, or a combination of such. We put a lot of work into building that "baggage" and build an intricate web. It is apparent (At least to me) that sometimes our fear and guilt overwhelm us as we review our web and eliminate our ability to see life clearly.
I have seen people rationalize their unhappiness, with bitter days behind and ahead while happiness looms only a moment away if they would let loose their fear and embrace forgiveness. After all, forgiveness starts with yourself and God, and works forward. In the end, we can be forgiven for almost anything, if we shed our guilt and move on. Sometimes the web we have woven needs to be swept away, and a new web created. (Of course this is just my opinion)
As the sun sets remember tomorrow is a new day with a promise of love and happiness, anything else is may be a waste of time.
It is always interesting when your life goes through changes. In a new movie "Goosebumps" it was stated by one of the lead characters that every story has a beginning, a middle, and a twist. As this is true with most days as well I find it can be applied in many areas.
As people, we have a morning, a mid day, and a sunset which is often a twist, whether hidden or alive with fiery color. You never know what your (Or someone elses) twist may be. You may have a twist from something minimal that changes your life forever, or you may have people or situations create a need for a change. Perhaps the twist is that you survive, move on an begin to live a more enlightened life.
I have met many people who create their own twist at the end, fiery and alive with color, but often they do not see the twist nor realize the twist they have created or dealt with in their life. Some people overlook the gifts they have been given and hold on to a self created twist. This (In my opinion) is neither right nor wrong. It just is.
I would much rather love, live and enjoy the moment, then ever live a lie, even for a noble cause. As the sun sets, it is always true to its course, and though the night sometimes tries to hide its beauty (and eventually wins), a true person can remember what is real, and enjoy the colors as they fade, with hope for a new day and a new understanding of where life should change.
The sun sets on another day.
In my opinion we are the sum of all we have been, all we have experienced, and something a little more. We find often that there are items in our lives we cannot as easily explain, that come from our far past, our family, and things we do not remember. As I drove back this sunset from my fathers house I considered how similar we are and were, though we did not see each other for most of my childhood. Our writing is similar, our thought process on life, similar, and a host of things happened in between that are almost uncanny.
Consider for a moment my father building a campaign to help people (Known as the Solomon Group) where people who can, help just because with no need for compensation, notoriety, or benefit. His work unknown to me 500 miles away I had similar pens made stating EGBAR (Everything's gonna be all right) as a way to cheer people up, remind them they are special and to reach out and help, knowing there may never be any reward, or thought of reward again. Both achieved some level of success, but independently. It was not until recently I even knew his existed, and he never knew of mine.
We do the best we can, every day and should continue to do so and this is what my father and i did independently. So, as today's sun sets and the cool breeze closes in on us all, take a moment and consider what you have done to help those who cannot help themselves, or just to make someone smile when they have no reason, laugh when they feel like crying, and live when they feel like dying. We all can be here for each other, prove it.