There comes a point in life where it all comes together, you know? You sit back one day with your cup of coffee, wrapped up in a blanket on the couch watching Lucille Ball; maybe it happens on an autumn walk, in a bookstore, driving to your latest destination, that you examine everything in your mind that has happened in your life thus far. As you're reminiscing the good and fretting the bad you realize, without even really knowing it at the time, how much has occurred in such a short time of existence. You realize all at once how small you are in this world. You realize that even though you are 100% positive someone cares they don't, friends come and go, your interests and hobbies have morphed in what seems like an over night, that first sip of coffee in the morning is always the best, if you feel like you really know someone, you don't. People really are just out for themselves, you can spill your heart out to a certain person only to have them rub it in your face a week later, being a good person does get you further in life even though sometimes it doesn't feel like it. The little moments are the ones that end up mattering most and the big ones weren't as big as you once thought. The smell of autumn is the best in the world and the math you learn in college really never will be useful in your life. People are going to piss you off, lie, cheat and steal but they're also going to love you, dazzle you, make you feel at home; make your day and maybe even the rest of your life. Life can turn on a dime. One minute your up, the next you may be down. Mentally closing the last 21 chapters of your book you think about what the future holds. And in that moment, if only for that moment, you finally know everything.