… beautiful and true wisdom.
this article, above anything i have heard or read on the loss of a Philip Seymor Hoffman, truly saddens me. especially the closing remarks. it brings a great insight to anyone, ANYONE, who we love, who hurts (even ourselves), who battles with the dark captive monsters of demons and addictions.
addiction comes in so many forms and vices.
drugs is only but one of many foes.
should i list them for you?
no, you can dig within your own skin and ask that of yourself.
i hope that this counsel, to make the right daily decisions, will help bring the beautiful and infinite clarity we so sadly and easily loose sight of and get lost in the cloudy noise.
- and what we should earnestly and continually to strive to fight for.
prior to this article i have made it a conscious effort to see more clearly. and now i see it as a reminder, to see what really matters, and to act on that. seeing and doing, not hearing only. to spend time with those in my life. those who really matter. to devote my time, my energies, my heart, to those who are the closest to me; the greatest blessings of joy and love to ever fill soul.. my beautiful family, my radiant wife, my angelic daughters.
tin type, and the last known portrait of Philip Seymor Hoffman by Victoria Will.