Of cognition, by the way

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Other  |  House: Booksie Classic
A story reflecting a young man's thoughts among other things.

Submitted: October 17, 2011

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Submitted: October 17, 2011

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Some say that if you listen carefully enough, you will stumble upon a revelation. He used to read about revelation in some books. Those books were colorful, mostly soft covered and they provided insight into the incredible things or explained the credible ones in an incredible way, filling them with umpteen whirlpools of known and unknown words. The unknown words gave the books a special meaning wrapped in mystery. Thanks to mystery, the world kept expanding in various directions, sometimes following curiosity, other times the feeling of suspense. Behind the feeling of suspense always lurked confusion, carrying with it the division of feelings into pleasure and fear. Of fear many spoke as an unpleasant feeling, which is inevitable in certain situations. It is understandable why they tried to avoid them. Avoiding them they only succeeded in getting the fear to spread on other situations that in their nature did not evoke fear, and therefore became significantly different. It would also be different if he turned around and found himself far away, because from afar he could see the ingenuous game of creation and desolation that was favored among the Gods, and for which they wouldn't have cared if it didn't bring change along with it. Within that change there is a thought, fickle and unfinished, in the mind of a girl with absent eyes. Her eyes saw a world where she imagined someone and in time he became real. Reality is one of those things that have always confused people, so knowing if he was real or created wasn't really that important. What was important though, is that he was situated, within the time-space dimensions known to this world, in some random coffee shop on a Thursday around half past two and, listening to the surroundings which seemed less and less familiar, he heard someone saying passingly: "If you listen carefully enough, you will stumble upon a revelation."


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