Less use for lack of ambidextrousness,
Less scars for lack of use,
Less stories for lack of scars,
Less experience for lack of stories,
Less ability for lack of experience,
Less ambidextrousness for lack of ability,
And yet I’m staring at it like it’s the most meaningful thing I’ve ever seen in my life.
This is my attempt to figure that out.
How often do we take for granted the things that we couldn’t live without?
Oxygen, Water, Salt, Bacteria, Spiders, Bees, Immune systems, Ecosystems, Social systems, Political systems, Solar systems, Gravity
The concept I use to describe my depression.
How quaint it seems to me now in awe of my left hand.
“What is this a joke?” I hear you thinking.
“What does that even mean?” I don’t even know myself.
But I do know that currently as I type this, I am in awe of my left hand.
I stare into its surface contemplating its vast simplistic complexity.
“You’re crazy.” Yep, totally, but aren’t we all?
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