Raggdoodle: (Great, great, more music. What are you trying to do, infinitely one up yourself?...Can I start now? Thank you.) Sir sure did take his sweet time with this one. So much time that he missed the deadline, twice. But, here it is.
Sir honestly thought that his whole world would just give him breaks. Not like looking at the world with optimism helps everyone, but yo, don’t rush around and cry because you need some milk.
That’s a world problem everyone talks about all over the place- “I can’t do this because, I don’t have a chance to, I tried, I hurt, I can’t believe....” You know, some people don’t even have heads. I mean, look at ‘Si-Jee’ (that’s the robot next to me in the piece, with her head off all the time. See her? Good. Don’t make fun of Si-Jee’s name. That’s my thing.), this joker can’t even keep her head on, and it’s made of rubber.
IT’S A HEAD, MADE OF RUBBER. A METAL (rubber) HEAD.
(…Well, I don’t know. Weld it or something. (What? Well if they don’t want to hear the story, they can just look for “the point”. You know?))
As I was saying: Funny guys like Sir warned Sir to not be so disheartened by life. Life will make you break down and conform like a generic. Doesn’t mean you have to “be generic”. Their way of thinking was to embrace risk, with effort.
Other funny people (some with mystical voodoo junk that I don’t get- but he does. Freak,) in many ways said to just have fun with the time you got. Distract yourself. Sir thought about this for a bit. Sir was already doing that and he was getting annoyed being told to ‘get good’ and be distracted simultaneously. During that month he thrashed, and roared like a baby in his head. He made more pieces to figure things out. He made an effort. He made time. He explored.
He… Look, the point is...
The point is to let things cool and simmer. Hold out so that your plan can do its part without a rush. Many try to build some kind of flowchart for how things go in the world. You don’t have to force yourself to be like that. Even if you do have a plan and plan to stick to it, don’t pressure yourself with small things.
Sometimes we fail, sometimes you suck, and sometimes the author makes a big error...and misses out. However, don’t think of it like that. In times where we may need to be realistic, consider waiting for a day where somebody ask us “what time it is”, and the next thing you know you got the chance to weave something that provides the means to make the plan tune itself on a table of options. With effort and some stern, calm, and playful devotions, you’ll distract yourself back on track.
Everything’s Fine! …Don’t just run headstrong. Adjust! Focus, with a head on!