Life as we dont know it
edited: Sunday, May 16, 2010
By Alexandra Kathi
Rated "G" by the Author.
Posted: Wednesday, March 07, 2007
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yea when you think about it we don't know that much about life and we should open ourselves up abit more
Did you ever sit to wonder why we always seem to be saying goodbye. Everyday of everyweek, we say goodbye to something, to someone, to someplace. It starts when you wake up and you are saying goodbye to the day before because on this new day you wake up filled with new dreams. With the new dream comes another goodbye; the pain, the sorrow, the want, the anger, the frustrations, all taken away by the new hope created by the dream. Minutes, days, weeks and months and soon you are saying goodbye to the year and all that it brought with it. As human beings our uniqueness lies in the fact that we have the power to create; through our thoughts and also through our words. Our dreams are our thoughts, they create new life within us, new paths we can take, new ways of looking at things. So there you are the reason we wake up everyday and say good morning even though yesterday we probably went to bed ready to strangle someone.....is because our minds naturally push out the negative. thats why people would say "let me sleep over it" because it is likely that tomorrow when you think about the same thing; it wont be as annoying. because the mind already filtered out the initial reaction. yesterday is gone. its really amazing then that we are always clutching at the past when everything around us is saying it is over. if we could only listen to what is around us, watch the biological community we live in........ and no am not talking about people here because clearly we dont know how to live.......... look at the animals ........... did you ever see your dog sulking for two days straight, or the see birds from the same flock flying in opposite direction. No because they accept everything as having an order and its time and place. one past its past........ so let it flow.......... life might not be as stressful as we seem to think