avenue q

i’ve been hearing so much about this play that i just had to to see it. i expected to cry from laughter; i braced myself for the expected adult humor. what i did not expect was to be hit with just the advice i needed.

for now. everything’s for now. it’s okay to not sweat things, to not take yourself so seriously, to not know what you’ll be in the future, or why you exist in the first place. sometimes we just get to wrapped up in ‘what’s next?’ that we actually forget to actually live the now. in the end, after all, the past and present have no say in the now.

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