If you did, would you have time to hold anger?
Would you be too shy to talk to him? To her?
Would you care about others’ opinion of you?
Would you care about your opinion of you?
Would you walk when you could dance?
Would you smile when you could laugh?
If you knew you were going to stop existing, would you suppress negativity or cry uncontrollably?
Would you work at this job or accept your calling?
Would you be happy with your reaction to these questions?
Inevitability doesn’t imply acceptance.
We have been gifted this opportunity, and to ignore it would be criminal to the inexorable. We are uncertain of what happens next, but we are certain of what is happening now.
The path of our footsteps are to be filled with the trail of euphoria, the evidence of bliss, the proof of jubilation.