ver wonder what’s inside? E
ot opening it, but imagining the contents. N
iewing it held up to the light to get a hint. V
verything telling you not to open it. E
aying it down on the desk you try to walk away L
nly you can’t. O
ushing you to your breaking point until you give up and rip the seal P
verything changes in that moment. E
ow everyone was counting the seconds N
xcited about a new beginning, a new something E
hat changes were possible W
et he sat on the couch and sipped his champagne calmly Y
very day was his chance to begin anew, to try to right his wrongs E
nd that allowed him to find peace with himself every night as he went to sleep A
eady to celebrate a new chance, a new resolution, every day. That was worth celebrating R
erhaps you should sit quietly and think about what if… P
r at least open your mind to the possibilities O
ow that you see what is available, you can take action N
etermine how to make the changes needed to get there D
verything action leading to the next, but… E
emember all that action stems from the moments of silence. R
hile being gluten free was not the lifestyle she wanted W
er choices were that or get sick as her body destroyed itself H
ventually she would get used to the changes in her diet E
nd find awesome alternatives to those things she loved to eat A
he smell of fresh baked bread would always bring a tear to her eye T
The scientists looked at each other, dumbfounded. Their plan had actually worked.
The world’s problems in 3024 were almost impossible to get your hands around. That’s why the invented a game. Actually it was more of a simulation of what the world was going through now. They then took that simulation and sent it back in time.
They kept watching the archived ancient website reddit for changes. They finally found a post that someone had won the game. They looked for more posts, but nothing else appeared.
There was a solution, so there was hope, but did that really help?