There’s right and there’s wrong; but nothing is ever always clear.
There’s black and there’s white; but sometimes even the cleanest of colors collide.
There’s fact and there’s fiction. Proof is not always required; sometimes it is seen but not adequately understood.
There’s truth and there’s lies; some people stand tall while others deny and avert their eyes.
There’s real and there’s fake; it is up to you to decide who and what you believe.
“Choose your battles wisely.”, they say; and “they” have never been more right.
Sometimes you have to lose the battle in order to win the war; but what you have lost does not matter more than what you are going to do with what you have left.
In this life there are so many choices. You are always free to choose; but you will never be free from the consequence of your choice.
It’s taken me many years of heartaches, heartbreaks, and internal arguments to come to this rather simple (yet, life changing!) conclusion:
When we finally discover that we don’t need to ask anyone any questions, we realize that we needn’t look outside ourselves for any of the answers.
(Read that again.)
*It’s not always about running – sometimes, it’s simply about life.