“Who the hell ever said ‘easy’ and ‘right’ were the same thing?” – Bass Reeves spoilers ahead… […]
“Fear isn’t real. Fear isn’t what’s actually happening. It’s just your reaction to it.” –Harry Houdini Facing your […]
“If I don’t have someone I can count on, we’re not going to make it out of […]
“Have you ever had a secret that just scared the living hell out of you?”
– Lucy Preston
The hardest part about keeping a secret is remembering what lies you’ve told to whom. Who knows what? Who will they tell? The anxiety and the constant fear can make you crazy. And then, sometimes, it’s in hindsight that you discover that you weren’t the only one holding back. How can you be mad and hurt at someone else for the same sins you yourself committed?
“Figure out what you’re fighting for.” Wyatt Logan
Facing a difficult task, one that has to be done but pushes you outside of your comfort zone by miles rather than inches, can be frightening to say the least. That fear dredges up other situations when you felt equally fearful, which can send you into a full-blown panic attack, unless you have a tether. A purpose. A big “why” that makes facing the frightening important enough that you breathe in deeply and push through.
“Ever wake up one day and not recognize your own life?” Judith Campbell Sometimes time just gets away […]
“The Lincolns owe the Booths a great debt,” Robert Lincoln
What if you could go back in time and right a monumental wrong? Yes, there would be repercussions, but wouldn’t it be worth it? To save a great man who was taken too soon, one who was making a huge difference in the lives of tens of thousands of people? The needs of the many who would benefit would far outweigh the needs of the few who might be hurt, right? Or are some tragic things just meant to happen?
“Make your own future,” -Amy (Lucy Preston’s sister)
What if you could go back in time? Would just interacting with people change the present? Or would it take something big like saving those who should have died – or killing ones who should have lived – to affect what you know to be reality?
Grab onto your saddles folks, because it’s going to be one hell of a ride!