I wrote this the other day while at Mozart’s and I really wasn’t planning on sharing it. But then I had a talk with a friend (hey David) yesterday about life changing and it just felt right to post it here.
So without further adieu, a raw, unedited thought from yours truly.
Sunday, November 8, 2015. 6:31 pm. Mozart’s.
How wonderful it is to live a life so grand and wonderful and imperfect and full, that it’s too hard to find the words to express how I feel about it.
It’s a pretty exhilarating and terrifying thing to imagine how, at any moment, life could completely and utterly change. But isn’t that what life is? A series of small and subtle changes? They change our lives day in and day out. But we don’t notice them because we forget how magnificent and important these tiny alterations are.
Guys, we fear the big changes because they rattle us up and somehow, in their own unique way, also call attention to the impact that the minuscule daily variations have.
This life is not meant to be static, but hilariously, unapologetically dynamic. We are meant to feel bruised and concussed and lost because we are also capable of healing and being found.
We’re given our own personal stories to tell and in voices completely ours. So give yourself a moment. It’s not selfish to appreciate and respect your struggles and your victories.
It’s life. And there are no words to describe it.
P.S. Happy Wednesday!
P.P.S. (P.S.S.? One day I’ll remember) Be nice today.