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I have always found myself puzzled at the very paradox of what people call a life. If we were meant to be found awake, dreamless asleep or even just a moment of serenity in our sweet escape, then maybe, just maybe, I may not be sitting here eye-to-screen, with a bitter rich aroma Davidoff coffee and some sweet symphonies of Dustin O’Halloran just playing on his piano.
It always starts with an individual slowly pulling a chair by a table that’s situated right in the corner and a simple yet complex observation of a stare, look or a brief moment of sight into others surrounding us within two, maybe three meter radius. I cannot see that far really but in that short distance of range that I can cover, I can tell that I am in comfort. Yes, satisfaction, that seems right? I would like to believe so because in this very moment I feel secured, I feel confident in not opening dialogue or holding onto that pickaxe to break the ice but it sure is such a beauty just to stop and stare. Freeze the moment only to realise what one could be missing out.
To all those in search of inner peace, take a good hard look around to see what objects or people make you. That is the very embodiment of a reality that is manifested of bits and pieces just walking past you. Every aspect if held dear but it takes one bite of fear that can easily create destruction in the face of the unknown.
Society socially selects subjects slowly to regulate the status quo on behalf of those who are not willing to get up off of that chair, take a few steps, clench your fists, look into someone’s eyes and say “Hello! it is not me you are looking for” but trust that humour can bring a transpiring twist of events to being capable of calling someone “a friend”. It doesn’t seem so bad, right? The world revolves around ideology which respectfully, responsibly,regularly, returns a “and hello back to you, would you like some coffee?” If only it were that simple, ooh wait, it is when you have the right cup of coffee prepared by the very hands that let you wave at a distance and say “Its been a pleasure and I hope to meet you again” but there always is that sound of a train just passing in the background to silence the darkness itself. Though, do not worry for there is always that light at the end of the tunnel shun from an iPhone 5 flashlight while they figure out how to score a three star on Angry Birds. I will instead tell you this, that the very person standing at the end of the tunnel is in fact, in actuality and living proof reality, is you standing in front of a mirror taking a selfie right as you wake up to get ready for another boring lecture when in hopes of a lecturer as Tony Stark teaching us on how to build the Iron Man suit.
There is essence to every essential presence that is needed, for darkness is not what scares us, it is the very light that shines from the depths of our hearts what frightens us since we never know when we might need to go and pay our electricity bill.
So I will leave you with this thought and do not be afraid of conversing with the unknown for we are only human, well I’m not quite sure about myself yet, I think …
“Similar in our differences, different in our similarities” -Dante Phoenix
So here is to the end of this post. You don’t need to find me, when you are sitting in Limkokwing University, just look for the Joke.