Hitchhiking

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The mind often changes its direction before we can even see where its been or where its going. It jumps around hitchhiking from one thought to the next, slingshot from one synapse to the other. Riddled in the dizzying cognitive maze, looping us through our days, keeping up with all this baggage from the best and worst of days. Maybe one of these days will catch a ride, contented in the journey ahead, with no intentions on getting anywhere to soon. As the moment is fine, traveling with no apparent destination.

– Josh Fleming

Inspired by: ADD

Image by: Jorinde Voigt

http://jorindevoigt.com

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