So basically what I wanted to do was challenge the concept of ‘seizing the moment’. (Anyone who has seen the film ‘boyhood’ will have heard this concept, anyone who hasn’t, go see boyhood). Basically I’ve come to the realisation that we actually can’t “seize the moment”, because we don’t decide when the moment is. We can spend our whole lives waiting for a moment to seize, constantly trying to improve to get a bigger better moment that we can capitalise on and make our own, or alternatively we can take life easy and wait for the moment to seize us and make us realise who and what we are meant to be. I’ve come to the conclusion that we are not meant to spend our whole lives doing things we don’t enjoy for people we don’t like to achieve a goal that is unlikely to ever be achieved. Instead we should spend our lives doing things that we love and learning things and using this whole universe to gain an enormous wealth of knowledge. We have an entire galaxy with these vast expanses of ideas and originality right in front of us waiting for us to dive in and we should be standing on the edge of the cliff screaming “FUCK YEAH”, before we take a step into the unknown. This is why I say we don’t seize the moment. We don’t decide when we will find what we love. The world has everything perfectly planned and mapped out for us if we just let it happen. We don’t have to fight to constantly ‘improve’ because we will stumble across what we want eventually if we just slow down and let the world show us its brilliance. That’s what life is and that’s what everything should be about.