IMAGINE STANDING AT A TRAIN STATION. YOU’RE WATCHING ALL THE TRAINS COME AND GO. THEY STOP, OPEN THE DOORS, WAIT FOR YOU TO JUMP ON THE TRAIN, THEN GO TO THEIR DESTINATION.
THIS IS HOW LIVING WORKS. THIS IS HOW THOUGHTS WORK. EXACTLY LIKE THIS.
Here you are, standing on life’s platform. You see a train of thoughts coming by. You feel compelled to jump on it. You do. Because that’s what you’ve always done. You jump on the train and let it take you to its destination.
THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU TAKE THE TRAIN TO BINGEVILLE.
There you are. Standing on life’s platform. And then the food-thought-train comes by. What do you do? Well, if you’re used to always take this train, you’ll inevitably take it. First, you’ll be all excited. “Yay! I made it! I was afraid I’d be late and miss the train. Whew. Close call”. But then, after a while, you realize it’s the same old train. You’ve actually taken it before. And now when you think about it, you don’t like this destination. The destination is Bingeville. It’s a place of suffering. It’s a place of darkness and despair. You’ve been there many times, and every time it’s “Hotel California” all over again. “F*ck. How did I not see it? How did I take this same train again?”.
Original Article : Train of Thoughts