A Letter To Myself


Do you ever get the feeling that you are on to something? That feeling like you’re almost there, like anything can happen is intoxicating. The Sun is not up yet, just a hint of sunlight is on the mountains making them look like they are cut out of the void. It reminds me that anything can happen.

Knowing that billions of years ago hydrogen atoms smashed together and call that stuff. Heavier elements in the bellies of dying stars that exploded sending denser materials out into the cosmos that eventually formed you, and me.  A ball of hydrogen gas ignited forming our sun , and anything can happen.

You are not a shitty human being, I think you’re alright. You won’t feel accomplished everyday, and that’s alright. Don’t give up now bitch , you’re on the right track, and anything can happen.

You are good, and you’re good at what you do. You’ve changed lives just buy existing. That count for more than just something, that counts for a lot. There may not the fate, there may not be destiny, nor grand design, but there is right now. Don’t give up on who you are, that’s the difference between those you admire, and those you don’t.

You may not be the best that ever was, but you are the only that can do what you do, and anything can happen. You may fail, many times, and that’s okay. I would rather fail a million times than never try just once. You’re a living organism on living organism flying through space at 67,000 miles an hour circling a ball of glowing hydrogen. If that can happen, anything can.

There is going to come a time when you are at your lowest. On that day, please remember that you think these things too.

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