The Migrating Mind

Falling asleep at life

You can never pinpoint the moment you fall asleep. How much ever you try, the moment sneaks under your nose and takes you by surprise.

One moment you're thinking, "It's only eleven! The night's young. I'll just relax and watch something on my phone." The next, your phone slips from your fingers, landing on your chest. You're out.

Life works like that. We keep postponing the important stuff believing we have the time. But in reality, life is moving at light speed right under our noses.

We have a finite window to pursue what truly matters—mending our health, declaring our love, making amends, or creating our masterpiece.

Because, if we miss that window, all we'll left with when we're old is not memories, but regrets.