Carry On

As far as a daily post goes, I definitely got lucky with that little trip to St. Thomas. After all, it’s pretty easy to come up with something to write when you’re essentially keeping a journal about saving the world. But then the world is saved…so what do you write about? The gods know I’m no more interested in writing about the mundane day to day activities of living in a saved world than you are reading them. And when you have to post once a day? What insanity is this?!

As you’ve no doubt noticed I have referenced and linked to Andrew’s exposé on The Rise of Difficult People. While I myself was not involved in said club it is something that I have thought a lot about this past year. A lot of people talk about things they want to do (myself included), but how many of those things do they actually end up doing? Hell, I talked for a long time about joining the Air Force and, yes, I did make several previous attempts, but it was this last attempt that sealed the deal. And even that might not have happened if I hadn’t decided to actually take action.

That’s kind of how I’m looking at this whole experiment. If I call myself out enough, maybe I’ll actually take action. Perhaps it’s time I came up with my own list and started to become more difficult.

Difficult action 1: List difficult actions.



We need to be more difficult. How hard can it be?


Author: Jonathan Rodriguez-Lucas

I've traveled the world, but the exploration never ends. I've run marathons, but the race is far from over. I've completed life goals, but strive for more. I have questions with no answers, and answers to questions I've yet to ask.

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