You’re Allowed To Just BE. You’re Allowed To Just EXIST.

Oh yeah, one day left and we are going to have a new January welcoming me and everyone else … although everyday is same, but I always excited when December end. I am getting old, ya thats the point hahaha.

This is the year you begin. Slip into the sweet mud. Get dirty. Stay dirty. There is nothing to forgive.

What I learned so far …

nothing stays the same. without a moment’s notice, everything can change and leave you wondering what the hell happened. living in the present and appreciating the small things is important because nothing else is guaranteed or permanent.

time is not real. there is nothing in the laws of physics that can prove it is anything other than a human construct.

January came — dawn took your hand and led you gently to the door. She said go out and see what’s there and leave the rest in the before. The world’s made new and here you are, exactly at the start. Go on now, don’t look back. It’s time for you to do your part.

keep trying. keep fighting. keep loving. keep living.

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