Life’s journey is a broken road littered with dirty muddy puddles. Should you meander along merrily gazing at the stars, it is inevitable that you’ll suffer wet feet.
It is also hedged with dark shadows of uncertainty, for which I know no other reason but to pass them by quickly. The longer the amount of time we spend calculating the unkown, the greater the probability that we’ll reason upon it harming us.
(Inspired by a series of life quotes whose originator I’ve since forgotten, but whose lessons I’ve tried to always follow)