Gaps in our memory naturally make us feel disjointed about some things. I mentally try to draw lines connecting the different seemingly random events in my life, and think: If I didn't make those past mistakes, everything would have been different.
Yet it was the simple, accidental, and sometimes last-minute decisions that have determined who my friends are, who I've grown to love and admire, the things I've learned and love to do.
To sum it all up with a quote:
"Don't be sad it's over. Be glad that it ever happened."
Radio wire is often used to make bird nests. What station do they listen to?
Radio wires in bird nests pick up the static that reverberates the Big Bang; physical manifestations of the relative slowing of time in proportion to one's awareness, as well as the beautiful imperfections of existing in this world. -- S.