A day comes when we realize that we do ourselves a disservice by staying the way we are, and so we change. We come to terms with the thoughts kept at the back of our minds - white elephants we had hoped ,but failed to vanquish. We secrete ourselves from the theatricals we wrap our lives in: the sunshine, the grass and the flowers, the mock-dreams mock-lived - the props we willed into being, contrived in our stage without an audience but the poor friendly souls we drag into our delusions. We come to a point where we accept that the life to live is the one outside the bare space of the mock-theaters where our petty little woes are magnified in the expansive emptiness, no matter how lavishly furnished.
A day comes when we shed several hundred wasted lifetimes. A day comes when we wake up, and then take a first real shower. It's time to chase our dreams.
Today My Life Begins