Its's been a while
It's been a while since I wrote in my blog. I felt I had nothing and there was too much going on and no time to write. Nothing has change regarding the busyness in my life but I think I feel I need to write a few things and get them off my chest. Comments are welcome but not needed.
Do you ever wake up and think, is there ever a day without a problem or a hurdle or some kind of stress to deal with? I can't remember a day like that in a very long time. I have however been able to recognize the fact that problems will always arise and the only way to cope with them is realizing that there will be more. Do not be surprised when things that are supposed to go smoothly do not turn out that way. That is why a carpenter always allows for extra things to happen, because they always do.
If you don't address these problems as they come in they just build up and make life harder in the long run. Not to mention harder to catch up. So that brings me back to my realization, if you don't keep at er' you will fall behind.
Sometimes it is ok to sweep things under the carpet as long as you don't forget to go back under and clean it up before it bites you in the ass.
I don't want anyone to think there is something going on. This is just a realization that most of us know already as well as myself. As of today I have realized it is indeed true.
So remember most of us have problems to face all the time and life is shitty sometimes but that is life. If you want to be in this race you have to keep up. I think in the end it is worth every bit of effort and I would not would want to be the person who gives up and lives under a bridge and is pondering what he or she has missed. Mind you, we all may wonder what caused his or her demise. What events led to that person giving up or living there.
I guess that leaves me with one more message. While we all know that we always have to press on but keep in mind some of the people who couldn't press on may have had simply too much tragedy to deal with so please do not look down on someone until you know what his shoes were walking in.