“There are two great days in a person’s life- the day we were born and the day we discover why.” William Barclay
My life has been based on searching for the why on things. I do not care when it happens because I believe timing is always perfect and the how might be coincidental. I am sure there is a lesson to learn on everything in life.
I don’t know if you see life the same but I really want to tell you I’m glad I met you and how you had impacted my life. I accept in order to write this blog, I am having an adult concoction of coffee. And it tastes so good!
While you are very handsome, I was very impressed of your interests. Mainly in theology, self improvement and learning about society dynamics. It is very rare to see somebody your age interested in reading things that only older people have had an interest in. I’m not saying I’m very much older than you, but I’ve always been known to have “weird” conversations topics… or people are not ready for them.
Not only I was impressed by it but I was also eager to learn more about you and get to pick up your complicated mind. I love interacting with people that challenge me intellectually. Unfortunately, I don’t have very many conversations that make me see life differently. My friends are very smart but we just talk and share opinions about every day things or boys.
Everytime I talk to you, my mind goes somewhere else. I don’t know how to describe it… but the last time I had that happen was when discussing life after death and resurrection with my college roommate and developing our own theory about it. I almost forgot how it feels to use your brain to think far away of tangible things in life. Is this why the big thinkers were once called crazy?
Anyways, I just thought I’ll let you know how you have influenced me and say how much I admire you could, because that’s not easy.