Drinking Milk In A Tsunami With Sean Hannity And Skip Bayless Discussing Perspective, Mortality, And 8.6 Narwhals
Mortality may be the most beautiful blessing in the world. I am absolutely in love with the fact that I could pass from this existence at any second, or in 60 more years, and it is totally out of my control for the most part. Now the more smallminded may interpret that as me having a deathwish, but that is simply untrue. I’d love to see grandchildren one day, not to mention marvel at what my children do with their time on this planet. I think that making friends with one’s mortality magnifies everything that happens in life. The flower gardens become more vibrant, the basketball games become more fun, the fried chicken tastes more like heaven. Whether my eventual ejection from this planet leads me to a reincarnation back to the mortal realm, or an eternity in a spiritual realm full of wonders, or simply back to the earth to feed ecosystems of worms, I am fine with that. The ONLY deal I wish to make with Life is that my descendents all outlive me. Otherwise, I’m here to surf planet Earth until the final wave crashes ashore! I am alive right NOW. Right NOW is the only time that truly exists anyway. So, I’m eternal. And you are stuck here on this big giant space rock with me! That is truly all that matters. Stupid divisions like race, gender, religion, music preference, sexual orientation, and political philosophy all fall to the wayside when we make the connection that we are all right HERE right NOW, and are all carbon/electrical forms just wandering aimlessly around a giant rock, with nothing really to do but feed our families, live-learn-love, and bitch about the weather! Sure, I lose my composure as often as the next guy, but I’m pretty sure that I trace my better aspects to the fact that I’m content to hang around this place and absorb its magnificence until the Reaper shows up and says “Hey, Mr. Universe Number Five Guy, you’ve eaten your last piece of fried chicken.”
Namaste, and rock the fuck on, fellow Earth Nomads! \m/ It’s ALL one big comedy! Take it seriously at your own detriment! Life is short, love every second of it!
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