Sometimes in this life, things become so repetitive that, like a lullaby, the redundant rhythm begins to put you to sleep. I have been falling asleep, but not in a literal sense.
There are few in this world who are awake enough to be fascinated by every little detail of the life that surrounds them. I like to think I am one of those few.
I have found though that without attention to detail, the eyes grow heavy, and the mind begins to get used to the everyday mundane repetitions of life.
I would like to thank the soft, gentle hand of another who rustled me out my sleepiness to remind me that there is more to life than the cycle where most tend to find themselves. I am sure you know who you are. :) ... I am sure they are not even aware what they have done, but I am truly grateful, and will do my utmost best to thank them in every possible way.
Now that I am reawakening, I am rubbing the sleep from my eyes, and shaking the stiffness from my joints, and beginning to see things the way I did before I fell into this routine.
I welcome change and embrace it with open arms, for without it, life would again lull me to sleep.
Its not easy questioning yourself each day to be sure you are heading down the right path. The questions can be difficult to hear, and even harder to answer, but question I must, to ensure I am heading in the right direction. Life is too short to get stuck in a rut, so it is necessary to make constant adjustments.
I was a bit sad when I started writing this, but now the possibilities seem endless, and my mind is opening up again. The details of everything around me are becoming clear again. I am not straining to see. Its like a touch of Spring, and I can almost hear the sounds of those warm nights under the stars that I love so much.