Does It Matter
Does it really matter how you live your life? Surely, just letting go, going out, partying and having fun whenever you can while living life to its full is the way to go!
If it were that easy, we would all do it, or would we? It certainly sounds like a wonderful existence, but is it? The idea of having lots of in crowd friends and going out to have fun regularly sounds intriguing. In fact, who would pass up the chance to meet up with close friends or a partner to get high by going out in a luxury car to an up-market restaurant that serves exotically delicious cuisine, and then onto a popular while exclusive nightclub?
Dancing the night away might appeal to some, but others prefer to get a good night’s sleep. If you’ve worked hard during a working day then recuperating by going to bed early could make all the difference to your health.
My daughter though adores clubbing! She cannot get enough! Often coming home at the crack of dawn only to get a few hours sleep before getting up, getting ready, and going to work. Where she gets the stamina and drive to pluck up enough courage to carry on bewilders me!
I’ve got to hand it to her, she doesn’t hold back. She has a blast every time she sets foot outside our home. Curiously, I wondered what makes her have such a good time. She told me that when she goes out, she gets a positive experience every time.
She says, when she goes out it’s because she really loves music. And music gives her a sense of life, it’s like there is very positive songs that speak about life. She thinks that everyone that writes a song is not writing for writing, but rather for something they went through or something that they’ve gone through, something that happened in their life.
She likes to go out so she can dance and listen to the music because it makes her feel happy, it makes her feel free, it makes her feel important, and it makes her feel really good about herself. She feels FREE!
And it really makes her feel good. She goes out with her friends which is also a positive thing. And she doesn’t go out because she wants to see boys or drink, or anything like that, but she loves music, she loves dancing, and she feels free!
Have a terrific day!
Prof. Carl Boniface
Crack of dawn (expression) = a time very early in the morning; daybreak. "I've been up since the crack of dawn" (syn) daybreak, daylight, sunrise, day break
Pluck up (phrasal verb) = 1. to pull out; uproot. 2. to muster (courage, one's spirits, etc.) dare, take the plunge, brace yourself. “He finally plucked up his courage and sent her his love poem.”
Bewilders (v) = confuses, puzzles, baffles, perplexes, mystifies, confounds
Have a blast (idiom) = to have a blast: to have a good time, to really enjoy oneself. “We had a blast at Disneyland; we really had a super time.”