I often ask myself this question? “What is the encounter with life – is there an adjustment bureau to living life?” I’m talking about something like a Will Smith – Tommy Lee Jones “Men In Black” movie sequel – where life, in general, is not an alien world nor is it meant to be?
I recently met a Uber driver who reminded me, that the encounters in life today is a complete opposite of life and the sense of technologies of the past, which is so much different than the technology we now have at our disposal in today’s working world.
Remembrance of childhood’s, past there is often times of the many wildest wishes that we could always be kids forever. I remember telling myself many years ago, “I’d wish I wake up tomorrow and see that this was all a dream and that my childhood was wildly still intact as I once remembered some thirty to forty years ago, as I now stand in my middle ages of life.
Suddenly, I creep to think to live is a nightingale – a fairy tale of sorts? A story that was meant to be told from childhood to adulthood and back to childhood as we would once wake up to the sense of a scene in the now-canceled CBS Television comedy series, “Newhart,” where the late comedian Bob Newhart would wake up from a dream in his old 1970’s television series, “The Bob Newhart Show,” thinking is life was a wacky double insane comedy slapstick in his futuristic “Newhart” television series during the early 1980s.
Childhood carnage is like the mayhem of life. Something that isn’t easy nor simple to achieve unless you’ve mastered them to the highest levels of success. Dreams may only be an escapade of them all, but likely a virtual reality neither fact nor fiction, only one can be the truthful answer to he rightful answer of them all. There are nights when I’m afraid to go to bed at night and wake up the next morning only to see that I’m still stuck in my adult life rather than that of my childhood past.
What has become of the past, present, and future generations of life? Our lives are written as we witness them as we live our lives on Earth. No matter how you view it from the beginning, I was always told, “your life is how you witness the past, present, and future generations to come.” Perhaps, that is true? My late-grandfather always told me, “we sense to live one life and only one life, no matter how you view the fictions of life, to begin with – its always practical wisdom to cherish the future as we see it today.”
…To me, it bears the fruit of life. The