Prescribing Life Lessons: Think Before You Do it
Ideas and morals don't always align with each other. Good ideas can be the victim of bad morals and bad ideas can unfortunately surpass good morals. The most simple of tasks aren't always the easiest. Truth hides in proof; blurred lines become as clear and present as sunshine being mirrored off of snow covered hills. Distance becomes irrelevant and time slowly falls behind purpose. The words of influences float amidst insecure temptations, reminding us to follow through. False pride is just as dangerous as insecure temptations and mistaken identity. We remember certain memories for certain reasons; joy and happiness sit across from anxiety and trauma, but they all echo the same sentiment.
Serotonin levels fluctuate like Wall Street stocks, except we're losing happiness instead of money. Smiles are universal currency and music is the universal language. And at times, a whisper is much louder than a shout. So think before you act, because actions speak louder than words. But the pen is mightier than the sword. For writing is the combination of both acting and speaking, so think before you do it.