Cool is dancing like no one is watching and not caring what other people think of you.
(But who is really that secure all the time?)
Cool is standing up for the underdog and doing what’s right.
(But it can be hard to know who is the victim and what is the crime.)
Cool is helping people believe in themselves.
(But who’s gonna save the hero?)
Cool is knowing when enough is enough and it’s time to move on.
(But letting go takes vision, discipline, patience, and trust. All of which can be beaten out of you.)
Cool is working hard to make your dreams a reality.
(But is there rest for the wicked?)
Cool is striking up a conversation with a stranger, and making a new playlist. Cool is forgiving your parents for all the times they weren’t being cool. Cool is loving with abandon even though you’ve been hurt.
Cool is Mark when he stood up for me on the last night I saw him.
I bet you’re still cool, sitting in that living room in the clouds, letting the world pass you by.