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Deep thoughts for a Monday.

  • November 8, 2004 5:05 PM
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So there I was, standing on the 4th floor of my office building; waiting for a Xerox printer to initialize. As I looked out the window of our Culver City office, across the littered streets filled with people and cars moving about. There was a wonderful sunset, that when the light hits the weaning rain clouds just right it lights up the sky orange and pink. You can almost see the beginning of the Santa Monica coastline; tis a wonderful sight.

So I think, am I really happy with myself? Do I like what I have become? Maybe i'm just lonely but sometimes everyone has a moment of Zen where they feel like they were meant to live for so much more.

So I ask? Is everyone content with their life? I deal with people everyday who I believe to lead more successful and fulfilling lives then myself.

Are we put here to do more? Or are we all just lost souls swimming in a fishbowl?


November 8, 2004 8:05 PM Reply

I know the sunset you are referring to. I used to work in the Marina and I remember coming out of my office at 5:00 and seeing these beautiful reds, yellows, and oranges across the water.

In terms of your question, you are only meant to live for what you think you are. If you feel that you can do more/need more, then you probably do. If you can be content with your situation, whatever it may be, then you should be. The only pressure necessary is that which reasonably comes from your own person.

Not everyone out there is content with their life. In fact, from my experience, very few are. The key is to not sit and be discontent. Feeling better starts with taking a guess about what you want and moving forward towards that goal.

November 8, 2004 8:15 PM Reply

aww thanks. yea, the sunsets are really great.

thats a really good thought too, i'll think about that.
It all comes down to time or money. I have neither enough to do whatever I want.

November 9, 2004 11:57 PM Reply

NOBODY ever has enough money, or enough time for what they truly want to do. I'm honestly grateful for what I have, and thankful that I simply have a roof over my head. And that, my friend, is enough to make me happy and keep me satisfied.

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