At 1:25 am, 2 detox food patch that also act like sleep aid
At 2:29 am, awake and blogging
In 51/2 hours, my alarm will sound and coffee maker will start......
By Paolo Roversi
Had dinner with H and his friend today. MJ was stressed out about his investment and asked for my opinion on how to deal with the ups, the downs, and the uncertainties, as if I'd know more than him. I told him I feel sick to my stomach 70% of the times these days because of all the uncertainties in my own life. Will I get that full time offer? Will I get it before daddy cut me off on the rent? Can I even deal with that kind of intense work hours? Will I have enough time to study? As I go through these questions that I ask myself on a daily basis, I realize that in the last two months, I have subconsciously replaced all of my old stress factors with new ones. The old problems are still there waiting for a solution, but they no longer seem urgent.
Was anything ever that urgent? Perhaps, some times in life, people get caught up in the self depicted "worst case scenarios", so they create too many unnecessary stress factors that's nothing but counter-productive. I can't predict what will happen in 3 months, I won't even know for sure whether for not I'll be able to wake up on time come Wednesday morning, so why spend time worry about it?
Just like when daddy tell me to believe in what I'm studying, not fight it, maybe we should all spend a little more time living, not fearing it.