Tuesday, 18 December 2012

No Pain No Gain

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Someone asked me the other day what my plans are for the future. I said, "I don’t have any, do you?" In fact, I fancy cutting a track, something I have never attempted. I have been waiting to meet the right mixer to mix the music samples with the lyrics I have written. So you see there are plenty of things to keep me active and that is the key word.  Without action there is no progress with your dreams. It’s strange really because I started writing back when I was about 12 years old; I wanted to be writer back then and many other things as well. And why not, no person is chained to one career or job for life. You have a choice. And do not tell me you cannot pursue your dreams because of this or that.

And, if you have any doubts about what you can do because there’re always a few sceptics around those doubting Thomas’s who refuse to believe what is possible here is the answer. A few months ago, while shopping in the local mall I picked up a book its title was “How to talk to girls.” You can always do with some extra tips, I was thinking. My biggest problem has not been how to talk to girls, but how to pick the right ones. Seriously, some of my girlfriends have been more manic then me. Recently, I had one girlfriend, who wanted to marry me after knowing me for only a week, that is either commitment or totally bonkers?

Curious cat, I turned the book over to find out the cost. It turns out that the book was written by an eight year old boy, his name is Alec Greven. So if you still have any doubts about what you can do just carry on sucking on that straw you never know it may just send you to sleep, and then who knows what dreams may come.

There is a very important moral about leaving things until it’s too late. And I will explain. It was many moons ago when I was just another spotted faced youngster with floor mop type hair and just as tingly. Most people although older would remark “oh, what lovely hair” but it drove me crazy sometimes because if there was such a thing as comb that could untangle my mess on top then that would have been a blessing at the time. Come on you inventors invent it.

Anyhow, on with the story, I got carried away there, it happens sometimes. It’s not easy to stay on course, there are often hiccups and distractions along the way, but I know through experience if you are doing the right thing, it’s a lot easier life. It’s simple logic. You don’t have to keep looking over your shoulder.

This is the short version of the story. I was 16 years old, with matted hair and the usual facial spots. My eyes and my thoughts constantly urged to do more and see more of her. You see I was attracted to a young girl of similar age as me who worked at the local supermarket in the nearby town. My grandmother would always do her shopping for the week and it was my duty to help out with the week’s groceries. I made sure each time I went down her aisle and got a chance to find out more about this lass that was from the Midlands, I guess I was attracted not only because she was beautiful, but also it was different to hear a northern accent, and combined with my American accent at the time I did not feel out of place talking to her.

But guess what happened? Just as I had made my mind up to ask her out for a date that week, after many weeks of procrastinating, after waiting weeks to buck up the courage to ask her, it was too late. She told me her and her parents were moving back up north that weekend for good. And I never saw her again after that day. If you snooze you lose. It’s as simple as that.

No person is chained to one career or job.
Are you listening,  what are you dreaming?

As Jesus said, “belief is everything.”

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