Somethings missing. Don't trust unless you have reason to. Because everything seems right doesn't mean it is. Believe none of what you hear and only half of what you see. If it's too good to be true, it is. Don't give it out like candy. Someone might throw it back. It must be earned. Not given. Don't go out on a limb, the branch might break, then you're ******. But you can pick yourself up from the fall, and cut down the tree. Then quietly walk away. But how do u even know you're falling, if you're already unconscious? How do you know that the branch broke if you didn't hear it snap? You don't. It could be just your mind telling you that it's already weak, so don't take another step. Or it could be that you're just thinking too much. And assuming too much. Assumptions are nothing to live by, but that's how I grew up, assuming. To me nothing came in black and white, I had to assume everything and hope I was right. This is where life gets hard. Cause if that branch isn't weak, and it knows that you think it is, it will weaken, because you lost faith. But if it is weak, and you don't cut it, you're stuck with it, just hanging there pulling at you. What do you do?
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4 Responses Sep 17, 2012

Well our mind relies on assumptions/predictions because by the time we actually see which ever scene is being played out before our eyes, it has happened 1/10 of a second before so our mind must always be capable of assuming and predicting what will happen 1/10 of a second later. It's what our mind knows and is comfortable with. I do not understand why so many people hate life's many missing puzzle pieces, it could use a few more but not knowing is what makes things exciting. What if you already knew every minute detail about a movie from the lines to the costumes and that was the only movie you could ever watch? Now that would be no fun at all.

Also, to answer you question, start all over. :)

Why not? Just climb back down and find a new tree.

Not if you're careful this time around.


you plant more trees under the big trees so that they can grow up and support the other branches....