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Another Day and A Dollar Behind

Things just aren't like they used to be for me. Not that that is a bad thing, it's just a great deal of change. Changes are not a good thing for me, I don't adjust we'll to it. The challenge is the fact that you have to get use to it sooner or later, there is no going back. The only thing I can rely on at this moment is my love for life with or without change. Although I don't feel very positive about life at this point in time, I know deep down inside that I love getting up everyday to see the people I love and do the things I love and play the music I adore. Everyone else is moving on in the world and I feel like I am left behind, I am always a step behind, a dollar behind. Teens my age are all around me on their cool new gadgets and adults believe that just because I am an adolescent means that I am exactly like the others, but that is far from true. I am one of those people that when they touch something or look at something, like a tv for example, I go through the process of how it was made, right there in my mind. I take longer to answer questions because I try not to be impulsive but careful with what I say. I don't stand out in the crowd, or at least I don't want to. I like being a wallflower, an innocent bystander. Drama isn't in my vocabulary, or gossip because I can identify the boundaries between my business and your business. The concept of this whole world depends on the generations to come, we are always planning for the future. Well I will tell you right now to be careful and watch your back when this next generation gets older because a lot of things are going to change, drastically. And I will always be standing there staring at the sun and sky, the moon and stars, standing on this little corner of Earth, one dollar behind each and every one of them.

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