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This is not about those super intelligent cliché ass nobs who often sentimentally explain that people come and go. People do make the moment; and while they do speak the truth to a degree this is about self-improvement and attachment to physical entities.
Time is ever-moving forward, like trophies in your closet–representing a sliver of time only connected by your human memory objects will struggle against time like a teenager against his or her parents. Once the struggle subsides objects become a part of their era and slowly, but then swiftly proceed into history.
Part 2 of the exciting small get together with everyone. As the day progressed the rain stopped and the track dried up pretty fast and everyone lost their fear of the incredible slippery zones and went all out. A good way to finish the day. As the post before this, continuing on with just pictures. Hope you enjoy.
A few weeks back, in between preparing for final exams and speeches, I slipped out of my room and hopped on a train bound for Chiba. There was a typhoon rolling in and I was delayed but it didn’t matter. Here is part 1 of the journey that I ran through trying not to get wet out at Minami Chiba. This time I didn’t have much to say and felt it better to let the pictures explain.