Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Nature, it gives us certainty. Nature gives us theory. Autumn comes and summer is gone. One of nature’s theories, that everything eventually ends. And as much as I’ve looked forward to every new beginning, I’ve always disliked endings. Last day of summer, the final album of a great band and final chapter of a great book. But nature teaches us that endings are inevitable. The leaves will fall. Summer ends. A goodbye will be spoken. A goodbye to everything that was familiar, everything that was comforting enough. But sometimes, although we keep moving on, there are some people who are so much a part of us they’ll be with us no matter what. They are our solid season, our leaves that never fall. And for those people we will give our love. For those people, we will fight and we will stay. Cause nature, it also teaches us to surrender. To stop looking, to believe in what we see, what we feel. To stop questioning everything. To surrender. And to love. For those people, we will wait and see what happens. Of those people, we finally understand the reason of why we live.