Don't you sometimes feel like your life is an unending circle? You do the same things everday, you face the same worries, you look forward to the same things, unchanging expectations.
While such consistency is not necessarily a bad thing - many people actually enjoy the predictability of their lives - realizing that its happening does take a bit of getting used to.
I woke up this morning wondering whether i was living in this circle. I decided that perhaps i was; it was almost refreshing to be able to admit it to myself. But that doesn't mean that i'm the sort who won't do anything about it, though i know many who wouldn't.
I don't pretend to be some super-enlightened being, able to decide or change my destiny at will the moment i don't like the direction its heading. But what i can aim for are subtle changes that can create a few peaks in the constant circle - that's the least i can hope for. Then, who knows? Perhaps, on one such peak, i might be lucky enough to latch onto something with the strength to pull me out of this circle and into another.
Oh, i'm a realist enough to understand and accept that life, human life, is a constant array of such circles. Some of us will go through life experiencing fewer different circles than others, some of us will go through so many as to lead a chaotic unstructured existence, and others yet, may be forced to switch between them when they wish for some consistency.
I've been in my current circle for nearly 4 years now. I'm beginning to see a chance to create a peak, and perhaps that peak can lead to a new circle, completely different from what i'm in now. I don't know what to expect from this new circle, or even whether it'll really be that much more different. But that's the beauty of it all, isn't it?
That, my friends, is my Theory of Circles.