13 February 2005

always in victoria park

Perenially I come to the same realization.
And each time this happens, my level of gratitude increases.

It's a feeling that the time and place you (indefinite you) are in at that moment are in alignment with how you intended for things to work out (when you were 5 and thought you could do anything). In the moments of highest stress, beyond the point of worry or panic, in the inebriated, tired and blissful moments, you are actually closest to your childhood dreams.

As a kid, when you find something you love to do, you do it until the point of exhaustion. You aren't conscious of an audience or feel any sense of obligation to do something more productive. You do what you love.

Of course you're not shackled by responsibility, but you've still got the right idea.


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