Watch for the stop


While it’s true that life is a journey

And we should enjoy it cause we spend so much time on the train

It seems to me that the journey is easier to enjoy

when we have a destination in mind.

Even if we never reach it before the end of the line.

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13 thoughts on “Watch for the stop

  1. I kind of like not knowing where I’m going, except in a vague sense. The opportunities for surprise abound. So far, it seems I’ve backed into most of the things I’ve needed to do in life. (Is my train going backwards? Does that mean I’m getting younger as I get older? In attitude, I believe, although the physical vehicle is a little rusty and wrinkled, a testament to the good times I’ve had along the way.)

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