"Run, run, run as fast as you can, you can't catch me I'm the Ginger Bread Man"
This mere sentence suddenly seems so true, doesn't it? But, of course, it never really had anything to do with a ginger bread man did it? It's more of wanting the unattainable, wanting something you can't have. Maybe we are trying to reach some sort of everlasting bliss. Maybe we think that, if only we had so and so, then we would be the happiest in the world.
Of course, we are just plain lying to ourselves. No matter what you get or what you achieve, you still won't reach your ultimate goal: Happiness. Now, I know I sound pretty cynical right about now but, don't get me wrong, I'm not saying that you won't EVER be happy. All I am saying is that, we shouldn't put too much stock on something that may or may not bring us joy; rather we should focus on finding our happiness from within.
Seems like a whole lot of nonsense, a group of words strung together in the hopes of proving a point. So how do I convince you that it's not about what you got, but more of what you do with what you got? How about I tell you a little story? May be then you will be convinced…
It all starts with a scream, and ends with a scream.