A break in the clouds

At some time in your life, you reach a certain level of understanding and enlightenment. For me, this occurred in mid-life around my 40th year of living on this rock we call Earth.

What enlightenment is that you ask?

The realization that:

  • There is more to experience in life other than being plugged into some form of electronic device, whether its a smartphone, TV, Xbox, iPad or PC running the latest video game.
  • That you’ll never be at peace running on the endless treadmill of making more money.
  • That the passions of our youth become diminished or forgotten because we’ve grown up.
  • That life really is short and somehow we think that we’ll live forever and have plenty of time to pursue that dream.
  • There are signs to be read each day, even though they may be subtle, one cannot mistake the frequency by which they occur.
  • That we should seize the opportunity to do the things we truly enjoy and without regret or fear of the unknown.
  • That there is a break in the clouds, and now is the time to change your life for the better.
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About Todd

I'm a software engineer and I've been doing software development for a long time, over 19 years professionally for various companies and many more in my youth just for fun. I've had a long professional career. I'm always looking for other activities where i can learn new skills and discover the true meaning of life. I live for adventure, crafted whiskey, good cigars and remote places.

2 thoughts on “A break in the clouds

  1. I was just rereading all your posts. Somehow I missed the one about your Grandpa and his rifles. That is awesome to have something handed down from your grandpa. You must treasure those. Are you getting caught up? And everything finding a home.


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