“Sometimes you just have to pee in the sink.”
That can be seen as a crude statement but when put into a completely different perspective, can be seen as something inspirational. Think of life as the sink and you going against the grain of what society determines you have to do with your life as the act of peeing. Seriously. Think about it. Growing up I was expected to be a musician for the rest of my life. Go to college, get my music degree and be wonderful. That wasn’t to be. I wasn’t ready for it then. Instead I did everything else and made difficult life decisions that weren’t what I wanted but what I KNEW had to be done to maintain…to survive…to be able to become something more than what I was.
A mountain is something that seems lifeless, motionless, unable to be swayed. You can think of yourself as a mountain, unaffected by things. But don’t forget, even mountains can crumble. Some are volcanic and erupt when you least expect it. Be prepared for what life throws at you. When you start to feel stuck, don’t erupt. Don’t crumble. Think of those words “Sometimes you just have to pee in the sink” and remember that sometimes you have to do something that might make you uncomfortable in order to achieve what you want in life. You might not like it. You might not think it’s important. Every action in life is relevant to everything else, no matter how small.