There is no finish line.
Remember to remember that.
Life seems much more natural to enjoy when you learn to let go a little. I used to be one to worry much more than I currently have the energy to do. However, after experiencing these last five years in New York City, I was taught just that - How to experience experiences.
There are times to brave and those to swallow.
Moments to embrace, and instances that become us.
Take a step back before getting trapped in the little things. Look with greater inspection lest the details escape you. Every minute that is will never be all that there was. The present is not all that there will be.
There are timelines respective to all things.
- Countdowns, deadlines, expirations and alarms.
While we await, fear, prepare for, or could never have expected these things.. Remember. They were placed there with intent.
The universe has a subtle design.
And when these timelines cross, collide, connect, it is the most beautiful of beings, the most consuming of feelings.
There is no finish line,
because time is absolute.