Way Too Short



The (global) average life span for a human is (roughly) 67.2 years (taken from a study this year). That is roughly 24,528 days. When you can take away 8,395 of those days because I am 23, to me that seems like a very short amount when you put in in context of time and how long I could (on average) live for.
Now I know that time is a subjective and ever-changing thing, and that life isn't measured in years but in moments (at least in my eyes). But looking at this, I feel like this is a tiny fragement of time, time I desperately need to achieve everything I want to in life.
We are alive on this earth for a fragement of a second, a brief spark of time in the eyes of the world. Every moment is a precious part of time, time we can only live once, so every moment counts.
TheWanderingSupertramp TheWanderingSupertramp
26-30, M
Dec 11, 2012