Friday, 10 January 2014

A tiny insight into my bizarre mind

Here's the internal conversation.

I wish you were here. (Emotional response of sadness, loneliness and resignation. )


No one. (Sadness and strong sense of resignation)


So, you see, it's far from what I might describe as a rational experience living in my head.

For a long time I've experienced the first thought in this train of thought but I didn't have to ask who. Regular readers will know what I'm talking about.

Now I don't have an answer to the fulfillment of this need for someone to be present, even close, but the need is phrAsed in the same way as if I had someone in mind.

I'm not a psychologist so you can take what ever you want from these three thoughts. I don't know how to interpret them beyond the obvious. I'm not even sure why blogged this sliver of a moment.

- sent from my smartphone

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