Who Am I? A Life Or A Matter In It?

Authenticity.
This is something I crave from others
because this is what I give
to all around me every single day.
So, when I come across people
who aren’t afraid to bear their souls,
I pause, I take notice, I relate, I connect.

If you’re like me, the following post
by ‘The Hedonist’, one of our loyal followers,
will totally resonate within you,
confirming that you are not alone in your quest for “realness’.
Have a read and see if you agree.
Enjoy! 🌷

October 23 2016 (Showcase Reblog)

An Obvious Oblivion Blog

I observe things. The people, places, situations, nights and the words. I observe. I deduct. I react. I do my ownjudgement. I observe the way a person folds his arms, way his eyebrows bend or the lips twitch. The way a person puts on his shirt, folds the sleeves. The way a person retains the Universe, the stars and the constellation in his eyes.

I read. I learn things from them. A person whom you havecasuallymet for the first time and he holds the door open for you. I learn the kindness and courtesy from them.

A person you are interacting with, for the first time, opens up and tells you every dark and bright tales of their life. I learn honesty and trust at first sight from them.

A person who keeps calm when I am over-reacting. I learn from them the value of a relationship.

Small gestures: They…

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11 thoughts on “Who Am I? A Life Or A Matter In It?”

  1. I’m curious as to why you find being authentic something you crave and don’t feel like you possess? If we can’t be exactly who we are and say what we really think and feel, then what else is there? Make-believe? I’m not trying to be hateful. I’ve just always been no more or less than what I am and am not. 🙂 ❤

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      1. It’s a good share – thanks for that. 🙂
        I’ve been kinda busy – started a new job and a Masters in Creative Writing at the same time. Sometimes it’s good but at other times I feel that I’m drowning! Too much detail? 🙂

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