“You just go where your high-top sneakers sneak, and don’t forget to use your head.”
We’re all mad here.
One thing I’m quite seasoned in is picking apart the good and the evil and trying to understand the inherent way it runs in all situations. You just have to choose to look at the positives and the light and it usually turns out like that. You have to turn it into a habit and not just a chore.
You need to find the good and hold onto it because a crazy mind can ruin a perfectly straight track. When random bad things happen at once you create a way that more bad things could continue to happen if not thought of in a light way.
I learned to just keep my mouth shut and not get myself paranoid about other peoples demons. It gets to be too hard. It’s nice to be nice but learn to know when.
Saw some signs when I came home on Friday. A good playlist from dad, songs reminding me of people I love then when my mind ran out of music it reminded me of all the things I’m afraid of in life. You can cling to scary because it’s sometimes more memorable than the good but you shouldn’t. Always fight to hold on to the good.
I’ve been reading a great book to illustrate all of this and remind myself the perks of positivity. The Happiness Advantage: The Seven Principles of Positive Psychology that fuel success and performance at work. It has been a beneficial read so far; one of those books you read more than once.
“Alice asked the Cheshire Cat, who was sitting in a tree, “What road do I take?”
The cat asked, “Where do you want to go?”
“I don’t know,” Alice answered.
“Then,” said the cat, “it really doesn’t matter, does it?”