It's funny how time works.
It's supposedly constantly repeating; if you look at a clock, you'll know what I mean. It starts and ends at 12, awlays going around in the same circle. The reality of it, however, is tha time never circles around. It only goes forward, and whether we like it or not, we go forward.
Time seems to go at the same pace, but how do the days seem so long and the years so short? How is it that when in class it feels like everything stops except for the drone of the teacher's lecture, but the weekends fly by in the blink of an eye.
It just makes no sense.
That's why I am so determined to do something impacting with my life. Most of us only get roughly 80 years. I don't want to spend my 80 years cooped up in an office cubicle or something like that. The truth is, I'm scared of how fast time flies, and I want to be able to look back and smile at what I've done, not crave for another chance to do things a different way.
I always want to look back and know that I made the right choice.
I have decided to start yet another blog. Don't worry, though. I'm not leaving this one. This new blog is based on an entirely different concept. What if I were to blog with only one sentence per entry? And if I were to have one entry per day? Well, I think this idea is pretty darn cool, so I decided to go with it.
The blog is called "A Single Sentence" because, well, that's basically what it is. A blog made up of entries with a single sentence each. It only has one entry because I started it today, but hopefully, if I can follow through with this, it'll become a pretty cool compilation of thoughts, ideas, dreams, and anything else that makes it into those sentences. Enjoy!
Here is the link that will take you directly to it! Au Revoir!
I am writing this in light of the tragic Connecticut shooting. I honestly don't know what to say. I can't even wrap my head around the fact that so many innocent people and children died. It really opens our eyes to how precious life is and how every day we should hold our loves ones tight. We all take so much for granted, and we need to take the time to be thankful for what we have.
Please know that all of the victims and their families, along with the school that was targeted, is in my prayers. May the deceased rest in peace, and their families be able to recover from this horrible incident. I will be praying for you all.