Hello, hello, hello!!!
Do not be alarmed by the much-too-cheerful greeting, Reader. Life’s been a see-saw since last we spoke! I’ve had my high moments and really low moments, and I’ve had enough of regrets to last a couple of months. The greeting is just a pale attempt to perk the see-saw upwards.
Why do I regret, you ask? Good question. I haven’t the answers myself, yet. It’s all messed up and in my head. So, I’ll let you know once I know. Sorry!
Let me ask you a series of questions myself.
- Have you ever pinned all your hopes on accomplishing something which you’ve dreamed of?
- Have you ever imagined a sequence of events which were so beautiful that you wished that your life would go through that sequence just for the sheer beauty of it?
- Have you ever admired something or someone so much that you prayed you’d get it or get those admirable qualities in yourself?
- Were all these followed by a stupid epiphany from your lame-ass brain which points out all the laws of common sense that these wishes defy?
- Were you as flabbergasted as a mermaid who finds herself wishing to walk the earth?
- Did you curse that lame-ass brain for killing the dream and smashing it to smithereens?
Welcome to my life!
The biggest question I’ve been asking myself lately is this : why does the brain always get in the way of the heart?
Sure, everyone dreams. It’s a rule of the humanity in you that you yearn for that successful showbiz career, you dream of that shiny red Porsche, and you ache for that beautiful girl you’re head over heels in love with. Lesser known is that mind voice of certain individuals which always fights to defy those unrealistic dreams. It’s sometimes mistaken for common sense, but believe me, it’s the Devil in the Brain.
Of all the times I’ve cursed myself for these thoughts, they had just laughed a croaky laugh in reply and bestowed a cruel smile. I know they speak the real world to my heart and dissuade it from being broken to pieces, but who doesn’t love being lost in the midst of dreamy clouds?
Ah, well, I can probably cook up a different dream in my heart, which might last another few weeks till the brain gets into super-protective ninja mode.
Have any of you had this experience? Tell me about it in the comments!