Walking Through Walls

All of the positive vibes I could muster, yet still the snowfall came.

Just a light dusting. Nothing to lose my lunch over, but it illustrated such a basic principle; hopes, dreams and wishes change nothing in our physical world.

As a small child, I would try repeatedly to walk through the walls in my room. I know, strange kid, right? True enough, I was an odd lad for sure.

No matter how hard I tried, or how many bruises I received, I just couldn’t make it work. My desire was real, but so was that darn wall.

Eventually, I learned to just use the door.

That’s the way life is sometimes, I suppose.

Now, I will always be a butter-on-bread optimist; it’s just part of my nature. Reality, on the other hand, demands that we do a bit more than just dream.

There will always come a time when getting off my arse is required, in order to make those dreams reality.

Go figure.

It took many years and quite a few bruises to have this sink in, but I feel pretty confident about it now.

Just ask that wall.

Have a great day, go walk through some walls!

-I am Crandew




About Crandew

Observations and situations, a blog with a unique take on life and how we all choose to live it. Get ready to see the world in a whole new way!
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5 Responses to Walking Through Walls

  1. DiosRaw says:

    You were a wonderful kid who believes in magic.

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  2. The hopes, dreams and wishes, are the seeds being planted, but like a physical garden that requires work, so do those dreams. It is when we put the work in, that we begin to see results.

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