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Something always bigger in life

There’s always something bigger in life. Whoever you are, where ever you are.

You may be taught that doing this or that is the most important thing ever. Studying, working, making money, career, relationships, whatever.

You try your hardest to match up to expectations. You succeed even.

But deep down, whether you admit it or not, your only truth is only your experience in life, which then turn into memories which you can hold on to.

Whatever choice you make it in believing this or not, you’ll always ask, “Is this all there is to life? My life?”.

You look around.

Seems like there’s sad people. Seems like there’s happy people. They’re everywhere.

The average person in life leads an okay life only. He or she sits safely and comfortably in the middle. Everything is heard from others or read in the news.

Death and taxes are only the constant in life they say. Two things bigger than us perhaps?

I personally stopped feeling average when my dad died. I knew there was always something bigger in life.

I knew there and then shit happens whether you like it or not and the world doesn’t stop turning for you.

So what then, is bigger than you?

I say, always open up in life, that your mind can be blown at any time. You can learn about anything you want. You can do anything you want. You’re fully capable of being the person you’re meant to be.

I say, never be afraid. Be brave. Although life throws you a curve ball now and then, pick yourself up and just keep moving forward. Life has been and always will be a mystery, but that doesn’t mean it’s all that bad.

You can always be the biggest in your own life.

If this sounds all too complicated to you, just be kind to yourself, and to one another.

This post is dedicated to Boston and the people there. Peace.

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2 comments

  1. Dipak Amin - April 16, 2013 9:30 am

    Very succinct and well written Alden. Will be sharing this with my client.

    Reply
    • alden - April 17, 2013 1:07 am

      Thanks man.

      Reply

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