Some barriers aren’t meant to be broken
Some obstacles aren’t meant to be overcome.
Some dragons aren’t meant to be woken
Some people aren’t meant to be disturbed
Everyone possesses a passion for something and has a hunger for that passion.
Unfortunately, there is no cure for the hunger.
Fortunately, there are ways to feed the hunger.
“Here I am wondering how to force feed a creative mind with boring facts. Hoping and paying little heed to the fact that maybe somewhere it might be considered a crime.”
-Ak the Wordsmith
There comes a time when all of us at some point in our lives wish to forget someone or something. I believe if i think long enough I will be able to recall some instances where I may have felt the same way.
The thing I noticed about this is a rather common yet unintentional mistake that we make. We focus on the thing that we are trying to forget so much that we end up making it next to impossible to forget it.
We think about the person or thing we wish to forget not knowing that thinking about it just makes it more prominent in our minds. Imagine a picture of a beach with the silhouette of a person walking on the beach in the center of the picture. Now if one is asked to cut out the person from the picture and imagine the picture without the person, he would still have the person in the same position in the picture in his mind. That is because we concentrate on the person to cut him out off the picture, sometimes to the extent that the person becomes the only thing of interest in the picture to us and we end up ignoring the setting altogether. One may even say that although we cut the body of the person from the picture, his soul still lingers there.
To sum up, all I can say is,
“Thinking about something or someone is not the most appropriate of ways to forget about that something or someone.”
– Ak the Wordsmith
“Just because someone doesn’t say something or doesn’t do something, doesn’t mean he can’t say or do it.
It may simply mean that he just doesn’t give a damn.”
“It’s amazing how people use a mask to the point when their real faces actually become the mask.”
“Change doesn’t seem so bad when you know that there are people who will always recognize you no matter how many years later they lay their eyes on you.”