Troubles, oh, troubles.

I don’t know if you noticed, but we have problems. Not problems as in, heavily severe catastrophic fatalistic hideously destructive sort of problems (that North Korea has, though), but problems as in idealistic problems. We, as rationally creative human beings, differ. And while that in itself is not a problem (nor should it be, right?), the problem with carrying differences is that we do not know how to keep on carrying them, changing loads and all. See, in metaphorical terms, when we carry problems, its like we’re carrying babies– real, live human beings unaware of most things complex and worldly. So, continuing our metaphor here, we carry our babies (differences), and instead of looking after them, our brains tend to lean on creating occasions wherein we decide to bash those, who like us, carry their own babies…differences, I mean.

Now, if you’ve come this far, treaded and grasped the essentials of my baby metaphor, diluted the complex sentence structure of a rather snobbish and presumptive introductory paragraph, then it’s safe to assume you’ll know basic math too (unless you’re product of the U.S. high-school system). Basic math (Bracket operation, division, multiplication and all) state very clearly how two negatives intensify to a positive climax. Simple terms, negative into negative equals positive. Human negatives, however, behold uncertainties and vague undocumented shabam our rather placid math does not; aptly enough, two human negatives usually never precede a rather pleasant situation. So, and do you see where I’m going with this?

I’m sorry if you don’t. Really am. Talking negatives, let me just mention one of mine too: can’t write for more than an average person has time to read. This is abrupt, and kind of absurd too, but sorry, because I’ll take a break now. Stay tuned (to what, you’re no instrument) for a continuation of this rant sophisticated enough to count for an article.

To repeat cliches, because, why not: to be continued…

 

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Malaika says:

    When will I read the next part?

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  2. Billa says:

    This sucks

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