As we walked on the bridge, I noticed some paint peeling, uneven concrete and lights that were disconnected. My son, daughter and her friend were excited with anticipation. We looked and watched and I began to notice "graffiti" around the bridge. It was clear that the bridge had been painted fresh white but the graffiti was left to admire. More on the graffiti in a bit.
|My daughter and her friend waiting|
for the next train.
We only had to wait a couple of minutes to see the first train. It was a shorter diesel train and as it ran directly below us at a high speed we could feel the hot air rush onto our bare legs, the smell of diesel pungent in the air and the roar of the train driving through every cell in our bodies. The girls were exhilarated. My husband was electrified. I was alive with this new experience. My son, was scared. I think he was confused as to why he was scared. He LOVES trains. But I think this one was a bit too close for comfort for him. As we waited for another train, he clung to his father and I.
Back to the graffiti. I realize that I live in the suburbs. I realize that "graffiti" in my town isn't exactly urban. However, I really loved this graffiti. It was perfect in every way. And I began to wonder what the world would look like if there was graffiti like this everywhere.
|Live life with no regrets|
The first graffiti that I saw said simply: "Live life with no regrets." I began to wonder about the person who wrote it. Did they have regrets? Were they contemplating jumping off the bridge onto the tracks? Were they walking to their car after getting off the train? Regardless, it made me stop. And think.
|We can not run from who we are... |
Our destiny chooses us
What is your destiny? Do you even know what your destiny is yet?
And I have posted a few more below:
But how cool would it be if there were thoughts like these all over to get people thinking and talking?
So here is a question to you: What would you write? How would you get someone thinking?
Be True to Yourself
|Call someone you haven't talked|
to in a while