*sigh*... Life

I find life amazing. I love knowing that every second we are becoming part of the past, if only for a moment. And then another moment, and another. Until finally all the moments in our life add up, and we realize, "I've been here for a long time". Life, to me, is more interesting than the story of Mona Lisa. Which has got to be pretty amazing. But the story of Mona Lisa is life. And Da Vinci, he had his life... other peoples lives are just as amazing as life itself. I may sound confusing... but thats only because its hard for me to describe my passion for life! =]
PoeticRejection PoeticRejection
26-30, F
1 Response Jun 27, 2007

I don't find you confusing at all. It's true about every moment that becomes past. You know, that means that there's no present at all because as soon as the future comes that stops being the future, it doesn't turn to be a present but the past immediately. On the other hand, we all know that outside of our paradigm of time in which time is linear, things exist all at once, which means there's no past or future, there's only the everlasting present. <br />
I particularly love watching events happen, without understanding why, but knowing that there's a reason and in the future looking back and realizing WHY it all happened. That makes life fascinating that every single sigh or move or thought has its consequences!