Going for a walk!

This, journey of men, how strange it is, how confusing, and yet, how plain!
Just a never-ending cycle of walking on top of faces, walking through faces, or walking under faces! Nothing complicated on that. But we tend, we strain ourselves so much, and finally, we complicate things.
We are not doing anything special, we are just walking… Sometimes unnoticed, sometimes unaware, sometimes like a hurricane, but never, never the same.

We go out for a stroll on a Saturday night, and suddenly, we find the meaning in someone’s eyes, we find everything we ever hoped to find – beauty, love, hope, joy, happiness… simply, we find life!

But not always.

Sometimes we find the meaning after we lose someone, after we have lost a face(or a sound) which was dear to us, and suddenly, we find ourselves being enlightened, we find everything we ever hoped to find – pain, sadness, grief, tears, sorrow…simply, we find life!
It’s interesting, and at the same time, kind of insane! We are the same person, nothing has changed on us, yet, we can find peace in two opposite things, and still think(and believe) that this, is normal!
And who can, besides a human being break with such an ease the idea of what is, and what is not normal, while still, protecting the idea that normality is something that should be based on some kind of rules?
Gotta love that schizophrenic behavior on us, gotta love it!


2 thoughts on “Going for a walk!

  1. I found this piece very interesting because I have been thinking about ‘normal’ lately. My childhood was ‘normal’ … but only to me. My normal is not anyone else’s normal. And I did not suffer any childhood traumas, and because of that I feel I lost many chances to grow and come to know myself.

  2. I’ve left normal a long time ago. And better for it. I also have had my biggest growths during times of extreme emotional/physical pain. Having a NDE has given me a Gift/curse of “seeing” beyond the games or the rules of how people form their lives. Out of all that, I’ve built a life as unattached to the world as possible and living according to the Guidance of my Heart. Both work for me. I am not afraid to face the unknown, I am not afraid to live Life without any “man” telling me how to, and I am not afraid to allow my true Self to shine on through. I shoot straight from the hip which makes a lot of people nervous. I also stumble along when involved with people whose minds have been brainwashed and are basically closed. I have learned that I am not to tell them what I see and know. That is for their own growth to see and know. Now that you know a bit more about me, I look forward to getting to know you. LOVED this post! Love, Amy

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