“There are few nudities so objectionable as the naked truth.” – Agnes Repplier
It’s time to transform our lives—from the ordinary that shouldn’t have become normal for people like us to the life we’ve hoped for.
It’s time to live our hopes.
Solomon said there’s a time for everything.
That means we always live in the time for something.
And now is our time.
No more excuses, no more delays, no better-things to do. In a voyeuristic culture, in a voyeuristic world, and in the mind-game of ‘I like to watch’ it’s time to do something worth watching.
And we are ready.
It’s our time to do something worth watching.
We’re ready for whatever is next because what’s next is all we’ve got.
The past can’t be changed. We can play with it, or twist it, but if we try to ignore it we will be haunted by it. It won’t go away.
The present—our now—is ephemeral. It’s worse than brief, faster than fleeting; it’s timeless and seductive. And it’s gone… just like that. If we listen closely we can hear it laughing at us, mocking us.
What’s next is all we’ve got.
And what’s is next is up to us.
Our timeThis is the truer truth.