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The sun sets on another day...

Long days, long nights.

As I sit here writing tonight I have decisions to make. As I sit here, I need to find a path that works. Checking off another box I am at peace for a moment. 

So as the sun sets on another day, I will be writing for a bit more, and I am sorry today's post is short. Tomorrow is another day, and I am enjoying the ride daily, no matter what.

Sleep sweet, sleep sweeter, and laugh as much as you can...

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The sun sets on another day...

A cloudy day but a warm heart. Even when it shouldn't be, a warm heart, warmed by a sunset even if I can't see it.

I am always amazed at how pliant children are. Pliant from a sense that they can bounce back from anything. It doesn't take much I suppose when you see the world through childlike eyes. Almost anything that comes at them can be set aside in an instant, and the world can be a happy place just moments later.

So why then does it get harder as so many get older. Is it truly so bad or have we missed that youthful springboard we used to have? I often think of the people I see in the world and how sometimes we just need to see things from a child's eyes, if only for a moment, to forgive and move on to happier times.

Sounds easy huh? Maybe it is, maybe all we need to do is to be young at heart to take the world a little farther. Maybe we only need laugh a little and move on to find the happiness we deserve. It is a nice thought at least.

So as the sun sets on another day, I remember the movie Paternity, and how the main character talked about how a child could defy gravity until someone told him a bout it. Maybe all we need to do is forget that harshness that we have learned and approach the world with the innocence of a child. Maybe we can be young at heart for as long as we are here. Let's do that and live life to the fullest every day, no mater what...

Sleep sweet, love life, and kick the can...

 

 

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The sun sets on another day...

Today I finished the first draft of "Silent Sister". 

Woof, what a ride!

Sleep sweet, wow, and wow some more...

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The sun sets on another day...

I was in awe of the sunset as the colors slowly fell I need the cloud filled sky. As I watched Cloud seemed to light up with a life of its own and each moment.
 
Experience has been coined as the best teacher. I will never disagree with that simply because as we experience life we are opened up to new possibilities, new life, and maybe a new perspectives of the world. It is that perspective that we should pay attention to.
 
I can say this with relative certainty "people have bad days". I wish that everybody could see the world and realize that a bad day may only be a bad moment and the day is a hole is far more positive than perceived. This is where experience is often overlooked. As I pass a park and notice the chairs are almost underwater that could be considered bad. (well it is) If I look at the chairs and realize no one could use them right now in the cold anyway and that in a short time they will be back usable and beautiful was there really anything bad at all? Sure I know that there are issues always where I tend to get hung up is averaging things out to be bad when every day we have so much to be thankful for.
 
All I am suggesting is today, be thankful for something, not just down about it. Be thankful for anything and everything.
 
So as the sun sets on another day, I don't think I can sit on an underwater chair with the lake half frozen, but I will sit there when it warms up. When I do, I will appreciate the chair and enjoy it all I can, and not worry about when it was under water and ice. I will instead enjoy the sunset, and smile at the night, no matter what.
 
Sleep sweet, love life, and enjoy all you can...