The New York Times is going to feature your blog on its home page, and you’ve been asked to publish a new post – it’ll be the first thing tens of thousands of new readers see. Write it.
Dear Readers and Followers,
I am grateful that the New York Times has chosen to feature my blog on its home page. It is a great honor. My blog features memories of my past life, experiences of my current life, and dreams of my future life. In essence my blog is all about me and my thoughts on life. Think of me as a Philosopher trying to unravel the meaning of life or condense it into a short statement. From living almost 20 years now I have followed one statement to its core meaning, “Life Goes On.” I take this short phrase in a number of different perspectives and in the end it is exactly what is says, life goes on. To expand on this thought, life has its ups and downs, life is bumpy for some and smoother for others, life has things we have complete control over and things we have absolutely no control over, life is meant to be lived and experienced to build memories and lasting relationships, only you have the control over your own life, only you can decide the path you wish to take, because in the end no matter the decision you choose, the path you take, life will go on. So don’t procrastinate, don’t put things to the last minute or wait till tomorrow because whether you are ready for it today, life goes on and waits for no one.
A Philosopher in the Making,
***First: number. 1) Coming before all others in time or order; earliest; 1st. 2) Foremost in position, rank, or importance.