So yesterday, I was at a hotel for Christmas day, and surprising to say, I couldn’t get away with my way, because internet service in the room means that you have to pay. 100 Pesos an hour is really too much, so I was not able to post this soon enough, but nevertheless, here I am now, ready to share something new to the crowd.
So for all you people out there who had spent their Christmas-es alone, then that’s cool. At least the Internet always has some posts for you guys. 🙂 Here’s the post:
It’s Amazing How The Simplest of Stories Can Make One Cry
The more complex on the other hand makes one think.
The comical drive the point of the need to laugh.
The more horrific drive the point of the need to fear.
The romantic drive the point of the need to love.
The action and movement filled ones drive at the need to live to the fullest.
The musical drive the point of expression through the sounds that affect us ergo the importance of our ears.
The silent ones drive the point of expression through visuals and how important our eyes really are.
Though with all of this, it’s the simple ones that drive the point of life itself. It’s the simple ones that make us cry. Why? Maybe because we relate to them. Maybe because they’re easier to comprehend. Maybe because they’ve happened to us. Maybe because they can influence more. Maybe because the lessons learned are really useful. Maybe because we follow by example. Maybe because of all of these combined.
You’d like to,
Live out what actually transpired.
You’d like to live it, so you can tell your version.
You’d like to live it, so you can experience the fullness of life.
You’d like to live it, because you’ve been starved of it.
You’d like to live it, since it happens to others.
You’d like to live it, knowing what to expect or what not to.
But for me, I like the simple ones because they make me tremble,
they make me question,
they make me wonder,
they make me realize,
they make me analyze,
they make me worry,
they make me relieved,
they make me stay awake,
they make me sleep,
but most of all,
I like the simple ones,
Because they inspire.
To know the simple will give you all that you’ll ever need to make the complex.
(c) Anachronic Works 2011