What a great few days seeing some old friends, their children, walking into their life after so many years, meeting their new friends, making new arcs and families. What great people I know. I’m proud of the adults they’ve transformed into. Searching, walking, growing, picking up where time left off, and I wish I lived in the same cities as they did, but I think it’s great, because like musical instruments, sometimes when you have what you want all of the time, you stop learning new ways to sing songs, you take life, LIFE, you take Life for granted. Other than going to Budapest in a couple of months I’ve got absolutely no clue what the hell my life is, and where it’s going, and man, for the first time in a long time, that’s just alright with me.My mind has been reset. Always, Peace.
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I can relate to this post. I don’t know where I’m going. And that’s alright. Plans often turn out differently than expected anyways. Enjoy the uncertainty.