Her thoughts were still resonating in my mind. Then I heard her laughs. More laughs. Why is she laughing so loud? Her laughs were creating ripples in my brain. I couldn’t bear it. I covered my ears but nothing changed. Her laughs were so different, it were piercing my heart. Why, Why is she laughing so loud?
This time when she is not with me, I am not sure how I am feeling. Yes, I wanted to know her. As I always want to know a new person. (explanation being that it would help me in understanding myself better). But I knew that in order to proceed to deeper understanding of each other, we need to have some spark between us.
Will I really recognize her the moment I see her? I have read numerous theories and blogs of this topic. And have concluded that if I am spiritually advance soul, then there will bells ringing, there will 100 Watts bulb glowing all over me as soon as I see her.
Is your ‘fuse’ too short? You may accept anger as a part of your life, but do you recognize that it serves no utilitarian purpose? Perhaps you’ve justified your short-fuse behavior by saying things like ‘it’s only human’, or ‘if I don’t express it, then I’ll store it up and have an ulcer’. But anger is probably a part of your that you don’t like, and needless to say, neither does anyone else.
I must admit that she is beautiful. I could not help but stare at her whenever I see her. And whenever she laughs, my heart misses a beat. Initially I was hesitant to talk to her. Added to that was her ‘don’t notice’ attitude. But, somehow I managed to start talking to her, and I don’t exactly remember how, but it started.