Thursday, November 13, 2008


Excitement is just like smoking. That first one in the morning was the only one that really mattered. All the others were just feeding a habit.

If we look at our childhood as the morning of our lives then all the true excitement is in those years.

Now I find it very difficult to be excited and also to maintain excitement. I think as we grow on in years we suffer excitement dysfunction.

For many years now, I've finished with smoking. Perhaps I should let excitement go the same way.

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