Tuesday, July 08, 2014

Unpredictability of Certain Changes and the Magic of Existence




found at: http://indiefixx.com/Feed_your_soul/downloads.html by Ashley Percival




Randomness:



Is the line between contentment and complacency indiscernibly fine?


I have tried and failed at so many things, and yet I'm happy that at least I tried.


As I mature, my ideology has changed for certain little things. For instance, I enjoy reading a book more than once, whereas when I was younger, that was an unpardonable waste of time that could be spent exploring something new.


Not believing in a natural law of science doesn't excuse you from the validity of it. I've tried. You see, I don't believe in aging.



When we are young we daydream of a time when we will be adults making all the decisions so that we can leave behind those unfair days of powerlessness. When we are adults, we cling to the nostalgia of our youth as though we spent it entirely carefree. Perhaps the problem lies in our definitions of freedom.


What most people don't realize, is that magic, like most things in life, is unpredictable.