The Great Escape

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The Great Escape

No one who's been there will tell you it's easy to overcome the fear of leaving stability. It's this security that makes the world turn, or so it's thought but perhaps it's spurious. There's a wall there, spikes and all, that's keeping us from reaching up for fear of falling down and because the ladder is never built and the blanket never thrown there'll never be that freedom; it's simply unknown. Take a second and close your eyes; don't peak. Consider for a moment the materials are there and you can leave this daily time-sink. Trading time for money and money for luxuries and necessities, forgetting without that very time life begins to slip away; seems pretty bleak. No meaning is akin to no purpose and without purpose it's a short road to depression, but it's easy to begin building from the very first session. At first it will be wrong and perhaps it'll break, but that ladder will get better with each and every lesson. Of course there's pain, but it's as they say: without it there's naught but disdain. Disappointment in what? Self, of course. Wittingly or un there's no measure of mundane that will lead to peace of brain; that is, unless it's gone insane. Find some pieces, strap them together, and plan your escape; forget the norm and settle on a date. Do it now; before it's too late