kur-FLOO-wee (n.) To break suddenly or fail.
Things will go kerflooey. That is a fact of life. The important thing is how we react to life going kerflooey. Character is so often built from rubble; built from the broken pieces of our efforts and attempts. And when things go kerflooey, it happens suddenly and without warning. We can never control things from going kerflooey -- but we can always control our reactions. Here's to a future free of things going kerflooey, but if they do, growing from the experience.
🦋 ART: "The Lament for Icarus" (1898) Herbert James Draper