December 8, 2015

Crazy in...?

I've been shown that love turns us into the most vulnerable beings.

I felt it.

Lust/Passion makes us slaves.

I felt it.

And the quest for both makes us...mere mortals.

All this for just a few moments of ...everything.

Few moments of this: 

The things we go through just to find it...whatever IT is.

       The words we don't say but we so desperately want to...
              The things we do and regret...
                  The things we don't do and regret...
                     The answers we have without even asking the question...
                          The things we joke about when only we know how true we feel them inside....
The insecurity..
The agony: what will he/she think if...
The things we hide from the other and from ourselves...
The fear of rejection...

  But then what? 

     One of my best friends asked herself why we do all this, why we complicate everything, when we could just speak our minds and make it all easy on each other?

     But I guess I may have found the answer: it's the hunt that we want.
Nobody appreciates things that come easily, right?
  So, why not add a bit of complication and excitement?
     Who ever learned anything valuable when surrounded by sunshine and butterflies? 
That's right! 

     Even characters in the Once upon a time stories have to go through some tough stuff before getting to that And they lived happily ever after...

But in real life this means:    

           In real life, we need drama, we create the circumstances for drama and even when things go well...well...somehow our subconscious manages to f*&k everything up. 

Cause we feed on misery...ours and that of others.

  We develop character through struggle, no matter what kind.

We struggle with our fears, our desires, our passions, our emotions, our thoughts.
    We fight with our own self because some part of us thinks it knows what's right despite anything and anyone.
We try hiding our true self, true identity ...for what, in the end? For who?

  We keep ourselves from doing things because...

Yes, Wilde was right: 

“The only way to get rid of a temptation is to yield to it. 
   Resist it, and your soul grows sick with longing for the things it has forbidden to itself, with desire for what its monstrous laws have made monstrous and unlawful.”

  And this guy understood human nature:

It is so late and there are so many things to say.
     Those who felt all these things or half of it will understand.
          The rest...have patience, it'll come to you.

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