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Legacy

Time….

Is a valuable thing, watch it fly by as the pendulum swings. Watch it count down to the end of the day the clock ticks life away…

Whenever I start a sentence with the word ‘time’ I think of the above lyrics. They just flow in my head and I have to reconsider my original sentence. Sometimes I just let it out and have the song play in my head for hours as a result.

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The lyrics are from the song In The End by Linkin Park, from an album that had a place in my teenage heart back in the early 2000’s. Time, speeding up as we get older, will be around for a long time after we have gone. Our legacy will last even if we don’t.

I read that certain people have been angered recently at McDonald’s for using rainbow containers for their fries. Not at fast food for being unhealthy or anything, at the rainbow and what it represents. It is hilarious to think that the same gay pride haters may be on a surgical table being operated on for a failing heart from constant fast food, relying on someone they hate to save them. Ah, the circle of life.

Time…

 

 

Flies….

The above refers to my all time favourite video game, Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. 

Some people will go down in history for providing so much joy, such as musicians and game developers. Some will go down in history as a hindrance, even if they cannot see it whilst they are alive. The duration of time after you are gone will be much longer than the time you are here. Give them something to appreciate and respect when you aren’t here to speak for yourself.

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