Monday, October 16, 2006

Quit is a Four Letter Word

Quitting something that you have committed to, before it is officially over, is generally looked down upon. But there are times that you have a crimson burn inside of you that swells up like a poisonous mushroom rapidly growing in your moist gut. It signals that something is wrong and that getting out as soon as possible is your only hope.

And even if that mushroom is wrong, you listen, because you have no choice but to trust yourself, you are all you have. Listening to yourself feels good, because no one can give advice, really.

And after you have quit, you can move on. You will never know what might have been if you had stayed, but you will have to let that uncertainty wither into a pile of ash-like remains that are slowly blown away with each breath that you take of your new life.

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