The trouble is we are human beings.
I agree, Netflix does a darned good job of figuring out what movies I like, until I get in a mood and want something different.
The problem is our souls are created to break the norm, to seek the less traveled path, and reach for the impossible. We cannot survive any other way.
Stay true to yourself.
When I stand at the edge of the flood swollen river rushing past, I see no reason to jump in and join the fallen trees and rubbish which has succumbed to its powerful force.
We are the only species that finds it a monumental task to just be who we are.
Why? Because we don't know who we are. I was lucky. My parents never warned me to be careful. They never told me I had been a sinner but was forgiven, or that sex was bad or dirty. My daddy once said, “You don’t have to call him God, but after observing this vast universe, the changing seasons, the billions of creatures, the stars and the moon moving across the night sky, and the complexity of the human body, surely you must believe there is something bigger than yourself who is running the show.”
Many times I am left with doubt, fear, and yes questioning my own sanity, while the world rushes by like the river, only to disappear and merge into the sea losing the uniqueness it once had.
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