Bed time series, bed time stories. AWO Stories. I did not know what to call this post. It's a bunch of thoughts collected together to make some kind of sense. Or maybe not. You know those days, or nights, when your head is a mess, and you think about everything and about nothing at all at the same time? Yeah that's usually me. Overthinking and then not caring, or losing the thought I was concerned about 2 minutes ago. But it's so much easier to play some music, to grab a glass of wine, to take a bath and to let it go. None of it is important. Nothing - not someone's opinion about you, or your future plans. Yes, thinking in advance is good, but planning something to a smallest detail rarely works out. Everything has its own timing, flow, place. You just have to be open enough to accept life's spontaneity. But just because you fail or you succeed, it doesn't mean it will dictate anything for months or years to come. It's so much easier to take life one day at a time, rather than trying to create some kind of ideology in your head of how things should be. They shouldn't be like anything. They are the way they are. They are the way you put the effort for them to be, or the way it is MEANT to be. You see, I believe that life is a fair game. 50% of things are in your control and power, the other 50% are just what happens to you and you have to deal with it. And today I'm dealing with what I have. And I could not be more grateful.
Today I'm listening to: Robin Schulz - Same