This is a track I think everyone can sink their teeth into today. Most of us need to detox after a crazy New Year's Eve. For once, I actually controlled myself to a degree, which is something I'm pretty happy about.
This has been an interesting year, not only for me, but for the entire world. As we move forward through time and question everything we do a long the way, one thing remains true. We cannot stop time from moving forward. We can do 1000 things to try to make it seem like it is moving slower, but at the end of the day, it moves forward at the same speed it always has.
For some reason, that scares me and excites me at the same time. I used to think that I could avoid the future and I'm still trying to avoid it. I've avoided myself and the real world for too long. That is why this new year, I will embrace the universe and my place in it. I will embrace myself and who I am underneath all the horribly reckless decisions I have ever made. Life seems too pure for me sometimes, but then I realize that I have built my existence on shitty habits and strange expectations. Enough about me, tell me about yourself? How can I help you? How can I not be a conceded ass? How can I go out into the world with a positive attitude and leave the shitty feelings at home? It is time for me to put my faith into the value of human interaction and relationships. I never used to think about how much time there was in a day or my lifetime. Now, I think about it too much--to the point where it drives me slightly crazy. If you are reading this and you feel like you are running out of time. You aren't. Even if you are, so is everyone else. There is enough time for everything you want to do and everyone you want to meet and have a relationship with. I love this life but now it is time to start acting like it.
One way you can enjoy this existence is through music and I'm talking about all kinds of music. Electronic music is great and I'll continue to promote it, but there there are more organic forms of music that deserve to play a larger role in our lives. If you have lost enthusiasm, find it again. That is what my quest is. Instead of searching for simple stimulation, try searching for the things that really lights your fire.