The Time Traveling Sun Chaser

At times. I wonder.
What it would be like…
To chase the sun.

But then I realize…
I do.
Each time I look to the past.


Like my Haiku. :o)

My point is, why do we live in the past? In some other part of the world right now there are people already living in the future (like people who live in Australia) and maybe that’s where my attention should be fixed (looking ahead is something I am always doing anyway). The only problem with that line of thinking is that we miss the moments that happens right now. The ones that are taking place at this hour, at this very minute (which can be a true challenge for a dreamer).

Perhaps the answer is living in the now with a dash of expectancy while learning from the zest of the past. If I only knew how to do this consistently and mass produce it I’d be a rich woman.

I mean I definitely like to look back which is why I journal in the first place. I think it is good to know where you come from to know where you’re going. I just at times get stuck when my flux capacitor is acting up and I have to call Sam to help me out with a leap back to the future. :o) More action less dreaming for this year, which is why I attended a networking even last week and I made someone good contacts, now I need to work on my follow up! One Twilight Zone at a time my friends.

Until next time…

Adventurous Daydreamer

2 thoughts on “The Time Traveling Sun Chaser

  1. Cortonio

    I think some people like to live in the past because they are afraid of the future. I get that way sometimes, but more to the extent of saying “damn where did all the time go?”

    1. Yes, I think fear can be tied to both living to much in the past and in the future. There is wisdom in planning for the future and looking to learn from the past but I think life in lived in the middle, the present. Thanks for checking out my blog. :o)

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