after the last line is spoken by the up-and-coming young star that was cast to play you, and re-enact the highlights of all you ever did and what you’re about to do,
it’s important to specify these things, you know, maybe in a notarized will or some legally binding shit like that,
so that when your legacy is even further cemented by the highest medium available in cinema, long after you’re onto the next life,
you have your life shaped the way you wanted, before it’s recreated, broadcasted, flaunted, even, as a cinematic masterpiece, the best biopic since Ray (2004).
That’s kinda how I look at it, the actions in life that I do, at least, I guess, whatever a ‘legacy’ means in the 21st century, be it called our ‘life story,’ or just a series of ridiculous snaps,
we shape our life’s trajectory every day with our impulses, actions and hesitations.
Am I gonna get up at 4 am today? I meann I could just hop a plane to New Zealand, change my name, and have a 2 and 3/4 year vacation,
but that’s not what I wanna do; run away from obstacles, I mean.
The best karma is demonstrated.
Cultivated, by your own hands, your own doings, the hard work you put into this life during hard times will eventually turn tides (like the moon).
Pulling through the rough patches – patient, poised, with a soda on the side,
is like when you have Onyx in a Pokemon battle and you’re about to unleash like, 3 turns worth of ‘Bide.’
Jussayin’, when the credits roll in the last scene of this biopic that so far only exists in my imagination, I don’t want it to be a cliche-catchy-radio-bs-whatever thing,
nor would I be so inclined to have only a song from my time, either, but no matter what era it ends up being from, I want it to get people thinking, smiling, loving, singing, and quickly blinking,
while looking into their soul’s mirror, contemplating, asking themselves just as a what-if:
What song will play after the final scene of your life’s movie? – RSM
P.S. My Choice is One Life by The Pillows: