An excerpt from the fictional tales of The Daily Beacon.
Dear Rich, what if you’re wrong in your ideas about life?
Dear reader, I’ll simply live out the rest of my life, blissful in my ignorance. There’s nothing I’d rather be doing than what I’m doing right now, whatever it is. I place no unwanted constraints upon myself, I chase only the goals I want without any pressure of attainment. I harbor no worry, maintain no anxiety, and reject fear wherever I find it.
This is in sharp contrast to the way in which I lived those many years ago. What a different world it was, I was frightened, trapped within a self-imposed prison, an anxious wreck. The world was a nefarious place, always out to get me. But now I see a planet composed of commingling dreams.
But beware dear reader, because these dreams come true. As I thought the world a frightful realm, it so became. Believing in limits, I constructed my cell. Now with an awareness of life’s dreamlike nature, I no longer sow the seeds of nightmares. I keep my thoughts free of pessimism while instilling those things I delight in. And that has made all the difference.