Yes, s#$%^t happens. And it happens all the time. Life ain’t picnic, ya know. You hit the wall sooner or later. You don’t believe me? The more you act, the more you hit the wall. It’s unbelievable. The deals fall apart all the time. Headaches come with crushing force from nowhere.
Unpaid bills never end. And she cheats on you. Bankruptcy is around the corner. And nobody but your mom comments on your frickin’ blog (thank you mom). The dog eats your Godiva chocolate. And it always rains on your day off. Sounds familiar?
There is hope. But hope is not where you think it is. Hope doesn’t come to you and hands you a check to pay your bills. Hope doesn’t hand you a new, great deal on a silver platter, garnished with ruby-red cherries.
Hope does not make the dog return Godiva and say I’m sorry in human voice. Hope does not apply for a job for you and hope does not start a business for you. Hope does not stop the rain on weekend neither.
What hope does however is makes you think…
And first thought after you hit the wall could be:
I see you, WALL.
I love how grand and thick you are.
I love the way you smell, WALL.
I love how you loom over me.
I admire your ability to stop me.
You are awesome, WALL.
I’m just wondering…
I’m thinking, that you kind of stopped growing.
I’ve noticed, that you don’t change much.
I’ve noticed, that I continue to grow.
I continue to think.
I continue to create.
And here is my cell phone, WALL.
Do you even know what cell phones do?
You can call friends or experts for example.
And here is the Internet, WALL.
Do you know what the Internet is for?
You can find the answer to any question imaginable, within few seconds.
I think you can’t stop me.
Are you still there?
One more idea: Instead of talking down to the wall, embrace it and use it in some creative way. WALL can actually become your friend, if you use her creatively.
Love you WALL. Oops, I’m talking to the wall again:)
I think the words “Talking to the wall” will have an entirely different meaning to you after my post. I hope you enjoyed this and have a burning desire to Tweet it an Share it, and write a comment on how YOU deal with WALLS.
If you like this post, you might like my other fun post: 12 Timeless Ways To Deal With Failure. But click the link only after Tweeting, Sharing on Facebook and Commenting on this post. Ha, you thought you would escape easily without some kind of action:)