You Will Succeed

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You Will Succeed

If there’s one thing I’ve learned from a post-apocalyptic world it’s that you will succeed – even if you have to endure a bit of soul-sucking in the process.

Soul-Sucking Squids

If there’s one thing I’ve had to endure in life – err, undeath – it’s squids – soul-sucking, flying squids.

To be fair, the only soles they suck are at the bottom of my feet, but that doesn’t make it any less depressing. Like a brood of deminters, they come out of nowhere, suck the hope out of you, then head on to their next victim.

Brains
Deminters are zombies hired by mad scientists to find any remaining mint plants that exist after the apocalypse and harvest them. Flavor is hard to come by since the world became a toxic husk. Any homynetic connection to any other beings living or imagined is complete coincidental.

A Temporary Situation

Here’s the thing about flying squids: sure they suck, but their only goal is to scare you. They pull you up into the sky where everything seems frightening, but they drop you into the lake, where you land… relatively safely. And since zombies are pretty much immortal, it’s no harm, no fowl.

See… cause they fly, but they’re not a bird. No fowl

Wow. This audience is tougher than the one at The Blank Stare.

Look, life is full of difficult situations. There are may times life seems scary, overwhelming, and frightening. But that doesn’t mean any of that is anything more than feelings.

You Will Succeed

If you keep moving forward, you will succeed. It doesn’t always seem that way, but it’s hard to see what’s real when you’re 100 feet off the ground.

Don’t give up. Don’t stop. Sure, you can pivot, change course, alter your point of view, and make all kinds of adjustments including stopping one thing to start another, but keep moving forward and have fun in life as you embrace the joy of living.

Get A Head
Even when times are challenging, keep moving forward. What we perceive in the moment is not always what’s real.

Just because life seems small and insignificant doesn’t mean it’s any less real. It just means your vantage point may be from the tentacles of a mollusk with a penchant for bullying. Don’t let the tentacled cephalopod win. Eventually you will be back on the ground and everything will be as big as life.

Keep going. You can do it! You will succeed. Just keep moving forward.

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