Right Now This Momenet
In the silent darkness behind closed eyelids, a flicker of color sparks to life, growing and expanding like an impressionistic painting in motion. A cascade of vibrant hues and delicate shades dances across the canvas of your imagination, sometimes gentle and sometimes wild, creating a unique movie only for you.
The opening scene of this grand theater takes you back in time. Silhouettes of forgotten memories reappear, their faces more abstract than concrete, like the nostalgic ghosts of the past. You see a childhood home, the laughter of old friends, an echo of a treasured embrace. The soft golden glow of yesteryears wraps around these images, painting them with the bittersweet charm of nostalgia.
Then, like a fast-forwarded film reel, the scenery changes. Future projections, crystalline and sharp, unfold before you. Dreams and aspirations shape themselves into fantastic forms: a coveted promotion, the joy of personal achievements, explorations of undiscovered lands, and the warmth of possible tomorrows. These images shimmer with the ethereal beauty of the yet-unrealized, their potentiality glowing like a beacon in the night.
However, amidst the reminiscing past and the anticipated future, the present moment often finds itself neglected. Yet, when recognized and embraced, it unfolds with a richness that is profound and grounding. The sensation of your breath, the rhythm of your heartbeat, the feeling of the chair beneath you, or the soft lull of the wind outside – these present moment sensations intersperse the wild and free dance of thoughts, serving as gentle reminders to anchor yourself in the now.
The movie continues, oscillating between the past, the future, and fleeting moments of the present. This beautiful film, projected on the back of your closed eyelids, is your very own – a testament to your experiences, aspirations, and the incredible power of the human mind. Each blink, each breath, is a new frame in this personal cinematic experience, guiding you through the wonder that is the human experience
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Thoughts & Ideas, Joseph Kravis 🙂
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