Like a freight train rolling through the night, you can hear it’s hint of warning break through the sound barriers and coast into your ears.
So much of the United States’ culture is based off of competition and over-indulgence.
Depression among teens is on the rise. In one study, it made a point that “researchers found a sudden increase in teens’ symptoms of depression, suicide risk factors and suicide rates in 2012 — around the time when smartphones became popular”.
Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the world, and about once every 90 seconds, someone in the United States dies from it.
You look at those (humans) around you, their situations versus yours, and perception has you see what your belief system tells you.
External reality and internal thought process are one and the same.
Most of our time is spent mindlessly performing activities. We eat while watching Netflix. We constantly look at emails come in while we complete other projects.
Thousands of job board posts read “must be an excellent multi-tasker”, or even have it as their position title.
There was a well thought out article on how one man needed to escape to Columbia to find peace.
If you can’t find peace, joy, love, and all amazingness where you’re at, you’re never going to find it.
Stop looking for anything and open yourself up to the beauty of the world in which you live already.
You will find that it is indeed magical; having electricity, running water, coffee and any food you would like, for the most part, at your disposal.
What was the last thing you tasted? Not ate, but actually tasted?
The train whistle in the night is just as part of you as the breath you’re about to take.