We’re all constantly in motion. We’re always doing something even without us realizing it.
Our lives are dragged in to a rattrap with money and a early retirement plan as bait. All we care about is earning that monthly paycheck from a company that doesn’t even recognize your existence and work for a CEO that makes more money than you’ll ever make in two lifetimes.
We have gotten used to the melancholy of life. The constant melodramatic pull.
We’re all walking behind each other in this long and endless line. We have no idea who’s in the front of the line or who’s in front of us or who’s behind us. All we know is that we have to walk, walk towards something that pulling us with an invisible hand.
We can walk away from it, step away from the line but when the entire world is walking in a line only a few have the courage to step out of it and take a look at what lies ahead and try to beat the cycle.
We see people everyday in our lives. We look at people as they walk past us on the road. We look at them eat in the same restaurant as we are. We look at them moving like we are. They look at us for a second and walk past us.
We are only looking. All we do is see and not comprehend.
We are looking at them like figures and not people. We see creation and existence in front of us everyday and we don’t even realize the marvel of it.
Stand at a corner of a road and look at people as they go about their life. Look at the people in the cars, on the road, everywhere.
None of them will even know you exist or realize that you are there looking at them. We are so oblivious as all we see is our own world and not the world as a whole.
We just move. Maybe, if we all could stop for a second and look at the world around us, maybe the world wouldn’t be as bad as it is right now.
All of us just exist. But none of us live.