Are there words that have not been written yet? Is there anything that people or even me would like to read about and it has not been mentioned anywhere? And if yes, then what is it? If not, why do I mind? My pencil just wants to start writing about the "nothing". With no fear and no passion ( as we say in Greek), with no doubts and no insecurities. Just to write, to be able to write for the "nothing", for the beautiful fleeting moments, for the beautiful fleeting people who are passing by our lives and the soul rushes to say goodbye to them. Our soul rushes to hide behind the permanence of the ordinary moments which do not interrupt our routine, they do not move us and they do not change anything.. They just exist so that our routine and ourselves can exist within them.
Oh precious routine, how chaotic the world and people seem without your schedules and your timetables and your anxieties? Who would fill in our days more safely, more effectively and more hypnotically our days without you? And when you are getting disappeared what a relief and what a loss at the same time!!
Relief and catharsis for those who are able to live without you, but loss and a strange "un-comfortability" for those who cannot stand life without you. They feel like they miss a vivid part of their self. They miss themselves under stress, but at least they know they are productive. They miss themselves moaning about things, but at least they are doing something. They are getting tired, but at least they are working, so they have an excuse to live. An excuse firstly for themselves and then for the others who are watching them.
No, I am not asking a lot from people...just for them to realize that you - routine- you only exist for them and through them. That you are their friend and their supporter and not their enemy. That everyone deserves a daily life which can be comforting, can be a teacher and can be a friend.
Good night my good hearted people...
At the end never nothing is nothing...it is either something or turns out to become something...
I wish you to become able to embrace your routine and to make the most out of it!