the most profound thoughts come to a person when they're in total isolation.
thoughts that on paper can sometimes seem obtuse or unrealistic, only really being understood by those who thought them up at the time.
I have really been living in the moment this past week. I've been taking things 'one day at a time.'
I used to wonder what that meant. To stop worrying about the future and to just live...
It seems like I spend every minute of my life planning my next move, when I know deep down it has already been planned for me. When we analyze every situation, the excitement ceases and we end up playing the whole situation out in our heads, often times coming to unrealistic conclusions that draw us away from actually taking a chance.
If I knew I was going to die tomorrow I would leave behind countless friends, and countless memories. But I would not say to myself: "I wish I spent more time drawing" or "I wish I had made more money."
I would say to myself: "I wish I had more fun with the people that care about me."
I'm starting a new resolution to myself to be the fun/cooky guy I know I am. If people think I'm weird, fuck 'em. I'm not going to be so afraid of what lies ahead. I'm just going to live for today, so I don't wake up tomorrow and regret all that could have been.