do you ever meet those people who just won't ever jump? it almost breaks my heart to see them only focus all of their energy on the faults and all on the corruption. perhaps times when corruption is nonexistant.
isn't our lives about taking chances, isn't it about jumping, isn't it about loving, isn't it about being vulnerable, isn't it about sacrificing?
what kind of love are you giving if you're not taking chances besides selfishly motivated love?
what good is it to just sit and watch? it's not enough to just believe in something, you have to take action.
i wonder how much we won't accomplish in our lives out of fear. or the mentality that someone else will do it. which, unfortunately, i feel like goes in a complete circle because someone else is thinking the same thing.
through out everything i'm doing, i'm beginning to see more and more the generation differences between my parents and me.
it's so strange. they think i'm so ridiculous and crazy and they don't understand why i do the things i do and they think it's a waste of my time.
i think i've figured out that i'm more open-minded and more of a visionary then they are.
i can't understand their mindsets, you know?
the world is so huge.
our community isn't just the walls of our town. or our nation. it's the freaking world, how insane is that?
bizarre, wonderful, beautiful.
what a great gift from god.
and so the question is and remains and always will be. what do you do with this gift of life?
sit and watch or get up and dive right in?
do you live a life of selfishly motivated love or sacrificial love?
what do you do with the gift?
photograph by wayne levin