It all starts when we over-search for what we think we over-need.
In doing that, we over-worry about what we believe is over-important.
And hope to finally find that which we over-think we over-need.
When that happens, we begin to over-love what we think we’re over-privileged to have.
But at the same time we over-ignore that which is over-important
And over-focus on that which is over-trivial.
We overbear even what is over-painful,
For we have over-decided to over-love.
We over-excuse that which is over-shameful;
Over-compensate for that which is over-lacking;
And over-compromise on that which we over-cherish.
And finally when we over-lose what we under-had,
We over-grieve for what we over-loved.