Thinking about all I am and all I could be.
While maybe somewhere in that upside-down world,
I’m another version by the rules, the one I should be.
But I suppose it’s a matter of perspective.
You’re only supposed to be the person in which your true morals are most reflective.
I’m thinking about the true-ness in who I chose to be in this moment.
Thinking about the decisions I’ve made and who for,
Sometimes for myself, sometimes for others, and sometimes for a higher cause.
Thus, equating to my composition, equally as different from those next to me.
But have the decisions made, reflect a higher percentage of higher cause?
Or is my character skewed, replicated based on my moments of poor clarity?
I’m thinking about the margin of real-ness in my life.
Thinking about the work I’ve put in.
The times I’ve tried and failed.
And do they severely out way the times I’ve succeeded,
Displaying a proof of effort to my consciousness.
But be cautious of the direct and indirect tendency to move the goalpost.
Do I overshoot or undershoot?
I’m thinking about the integrity of my humanity.
My thoughts are not always organized. Sometimes I just think. We think to have clarity over ourselves. It’s ok to self-reflect and re-evaluate. Think, One Day at a Time.
David Halvorson | 5 July 2019 | @dhalvy99