Tuesday, May 10


There's a saying, that the journey is more important than the destination. This is absolutely true. For all of us, our final destination is death. Life is simply the journey towards it. Our experiences, our memories, and our actions towards others are what make this journey worthwhile.

This blog will be a dumping ground for my mind. Some thoughts posted here will be frivolous, some more contemplative. Some more practical, others more theoretical. Have a good time.


Peter said...

C'mon Chris, the Final Destination is either Heaven or Hell, is it not? Just giving you a hard time. I don't know if you can notice this comment on such an old post, but if you can I'm sure you'll have some sort of response. Didn't you mention something about the journey being greater than the destination in your Valedictorian speech? I bet you can't name one snippet from my old speech. That's a challenge.

Chris said...

Well, yeah, Peter, I do think the journey is more important than the destination because death is kind of lame. Life and the journey are exciting.

Regarding your valedictorian speech, I remember there was a joke. That's it. But, if you're really interested in mine and want to see just how well you remembered it, I posted it on Spice of Life about a year later. Gives me the warm fuzzies to know that you remember any of it.