Don’t kill your heroes be your own hero
I originally shared this piece with beBee back in June when I published it through The Church of Rock 'N' Roll.org If you use the Producer tab you definitely missed it.
Well, I met an old man
Dying on a train.
No more destination,
No more pain.
Well, he said
“One thing before I graduate
Never let your fear decide your fate.”
Death is nothing more than a transformation. A graduation if you will from the pain of living.
We cling to our existence for some good reasons.
It feels good to be alive.
Look around at your life and see what it is that you cling to daily.
We are human and in that we are emotional creatures whose attachments define who we think we are. The things we cling to in life are often the things that make us feel alive and are how we give our life purpose and meaning.
When we make fear based decisions in life it can feel as though we are living in a cage. A cage we create in whose opinion matters to us. A cage we allow others to assist us in building for ourselves.
Who’s helping you build your cage and what does that cage look like?
Well, the sun one day will
Leave us all behind.
In the sky.
Well, I hate to be
The one to ruin the night.
Right before your, right before your eye
Karmic Law says that all that exists is right now.
Now is the progressive moment that never ends and is always evolving.
Science has shown us that in millions of years our sun will destroy our world.
Science has shown us our Milky Way Galaxy will collide with the Andromeda Galaxy in billions of years.
All that exists is now and now is all that matters.
It is far too often in life that we let ourselves be overly concerned about the future that is never set. We worry endlessly about what might happen.
There are times when fear can be a healthy thing based on the life we desire to lead. For example the idea of jumping