Apr 8, 2011

P3 Project: Day 21 of 1400 - In memoriam and Even in Darkness

So, yesterday a co-worker of mine passed away. He went in his sleep, peacefully but it doesn't change the fact that he's gone. We weren't exactly friends but I respect him enough to give him a mention in today's post. So, with that being said:

Donnie T. Adamson,
Venit mors pro omnibus in tempore. Ora quod possumus omnes consumentur necessaria qui paratus est
Requiescant in pace et sit animi et animas omnium recessit modis inuenit misericordiam et remissiĆ³nem amplexu Dei

Now, with that being said, I guess it's time for the actual posting, huh...

Death seems to bring everything into perspective. I've seen my share in a variety of ways but it always seems to grant a moment of clarity to the event proceeding the actual passing. This has shown me that some of the silly things that I've been letting myself get angry or irritated about are worthless in the grand scheme of things as nothing lasts for ever. I need to remember that I must continue to make progress as I never know when anyone will be taken away from me.

The car situation (which I still don't have) is something that I was letting bother me way too much. It will happen in time and I know that it will. What's another couple of weeks to ensure that I have everything in order rather than to push and end up in a bad position. Do I like the fact that I have to wait, no. But to put everything into perspective: I'd rather be able to celebrate having a car than to mourn the fact that I have no money with which to celebrate having a car with. So I'll be cool, as Chili Palmer would say and press on.

On another note, I've been doing P90x for a week now and it's kicking my ass. I'm making some slight progress with my Rosetta Stone but I won't be making and serious progress until I've been doing it for three months. Patience may not be a virtue that I possess but good things do come to those who wait...

I waited two or so years for some of the changes in my life and it's been one of the best things that has happened to me. Who knows what the future may hold for me...

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