"You have a specific responsibility to existence, to God if you like, to taste, touch, and smell what there is to experience. You have to do everything. If given an option between doing something and not doing it, you have to do it; because you've already don the 'not do it' part. This can be juvenile and dangerous, I realize, and there are a lot of things I have chosen not to do, for a million reasons. I was raised polite. I've never hurt anyone, except guys I was sparring or fighting with. And I don't take needless risks. The idea is to make it through intact; 'safety' is my middle name. But I feel that you owe it to the world to be curious. Somebody asked me if I was looking for something. I am looking for everything."That quote is from Sam Sheridan's brilliant book A Fighter's Heart which I am currently reading and a bit in love with. I read it, and I see something of myself reflected back up at me. I spend a lot of time in the "not do it" department of life, and I think I miss many things. This is not who I planned to be, nor is it where I intend to remain. I choose each day to do something more to make something new.
I too am looking for everything.
How will I find it?