I had a dream last night. Can't remember who, what or why; but I was waxing lyrical and I managed to remember what I said.
There are four stages in life. These make you who you are. Maybe.
The first stage is actually before you were born. It includes your parents lives, you know, the things that made them who they were, brought them together to make you. It probably includes the womb, too, in case you are worried about that.
Stage two is from the time you are born up until now.
The third stage is today.
Stage four is the rest of your life.
Simple really. And, of course, you have no control over your parents' lives, and they were shaped in part by their own parents' lives.
Yesterday is gone, tomorrow isn't guaranteed. (Sorry, I don't want to sound morbid.)
So that leaves Today. It's the only place you can make changes. If you need to, of course. Plenty of weird and wonderful books around, no doubt, by lovely, weird and wonderful authors, telling you to seize the day. I even know a song entitled Sieze the Day! They used to play it on Rhema...
Not the greatest philosophy, and I certainly won't win a Nobel prize for it. Nor will I be awarded a Darwin...
But anyway, Ta Ta For Now!
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