A Digital Trip

Episode Thirteen •

It’s amazing how life can change in an instant, including from your own perspective. They say that there’s nothing more dangerous in the world than someone who crawled out from their lowest point, nothing really phases them. The end of something, has a way of opening up your eyes.

Death is something that most don’t really like to talk about, but then again, who cares about most people. Most people actually believe that people are thinking about them, but they’re not. It’s the most-difficult lesson to actually absorb, it’s parallel to content- really.

No one cares when you’re down-and-out, absolutely no one bothers to ask you if you’re happy, if you’re feeling better- the world doesn’t care about your feelings at all.

When I lost something that I genuinely couldn’t protect, revise, upgrade or replace, the value of actual life comes into question. What are we doing, what do we really want to be doing, and why should we care about who thinks what?

When my Mother was too old, too tired, and too worried about the daily sh!t of an average lifestyle, she wanted more. Do you understand?

A few things happen at the end:
• People that love you the most will begin to fight and feel obligated toward possessions, successions and material property.

• The world will completely forget about you in a few days to weeks, from homeless vagabond to world-class celebrity.

• The absolute only thing that you can control is your time, your mind, your body, your space and your life. The future really isn’t up to you, nor is happiness- both actually fleet anyway and if you’re after control of either you’re going to chase the rabbit forever.

The absolute best thing that you can do for your own well-being is stop giving a single-f$&k as to what people think about you- ESPECIALLY on social.

People don’t know what they want, tell them. Most people don’t like themselves, remind them why they should. Time doesn’t wait for anyone, neither should you.

They don’t even care when you’re alive, be selfish in 1v1.

One life, that’s it.
Enjoy the ride, appreciate the road bumps just as much as the flights.

Song paired with video but not included:
James Quinn • A Gentle Sunlight

I do not own the rights to this music.


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