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We are in places, certainly;
yet, are we?
What if more than being in a place,
we actually are the place?
"There is always fear. The more time you see behind you by default means less time in front of you. However, I can now see that I was more fearful about it in the past; it seems like while I grow, I also become more accepting about the finitude of our life. Therefore, although it remains uncertain, it also becomes peaceful".
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I didn't have any rituals until my last conversation with my previous roommate, before moving to Dallas. We talked about the fact that I was so used to living in our house, and the next day I would be in a completely different place. He told me that in every moving process of his, he enters his new house and repeats the phrase to himself:
"...now, living in a metropolitan area. I can feel that those moments of introspection, where I allow myself to be inside my feelings, are way rarer".
Sometimes I see myself like an ant...
Always carrying loads bigger than myself,
...trying to build something".
07·22·21, 08:28 PM (CT)
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