I feel like yesterday was the genesis of the rest of my life. At about a quarter past 4 pm yesterday, I completed brokering a three-party loan deal that should be very good for me. It was difficult to organize because it required nearly constant attention and renegotiation of terms, all of which I was trying to do without a personal phone service.
I had gone some time without a phone because I haven’t required one while focusing on writing. I was beginning to enjoy the lacking distractions. But Wednesday I received a call through alternate means that allowed me to realize just how important this deal could be for things I wanted to do, and so I became determined on that course. I made some moves to secure operating costs and by Sunday I was talking again.
There were moments that I thought things were going to fall apart but I kept finding energy from somewhere and solutions presented themselves. I wasn’t sleeping much at night but I would feel recharged in the morning. I would wake at the crack of dawn without any doubt I may have felt the previous night. All I could think of were possible solutions that I focused on as soon as I woke.
It’s a good feeling to be determined toward something. It has been a while since I felt that way. Writing is cathartic but it’s becoming increasingly painless for me. It was refreshing to try my hand at something new and challenging. Patience is extremely important to achieve many goals worth pursuing. Many would say I’m behind, but I look at what people have and what people want, then I feel I’ve done alright so far. Ideas are immortal and I’m in no hurry.
-Jeremy Edward Dion