Every moment we spend living we make a choice,
whether to keep on breathing,
whether to spend time with the people we love,
whether to live for ourselves or each other.
The significance of these choices grows exponentially beyond oneself;
and so we see the product of such simple decisions to be far greater than their means.
I have not always made the right choices.
I have been the sender and receiver of exponential heartache.
And what happens beyond this present moment I have yet to know.