Real-virtual nightmare story
Last night, when I was walking the darkest streets of my neighbourhood I stumble into a road sign. I can swear it was not there. Maybe it suddenly emerged from depth of the Earth, or maybe it appeared just to say “hello, I exist. I’m in the real world and you are trying to live in a virtual one”, but what I could perfectly check is It was quite cool, rather hard for my head, and real, very real.
The thing is that I was intensively concentrated on one email conversation in my mobile. It was in a critical moment just when I was trying to clarify one important point on my relationship with a foreign friend.
In the last months, my daily walk for mental detoxification and daily exercise had been replaced for an intensive hour of virtual communication while my feet were going on walking in an automatical manner
So, lately my virtual social life was rather good, but my head was not liberated at all of the toxic ideas and worries.
And I really think this had to happen for good! But I’d never thought it had to happen in such a terrible way
The positive thing is that YES, I can say I received the hardest hit of my life just for love, and I can also say I was just about to lose my head for a man…
But, although these beautiful thoughts maybe true, my unconsciousness level has not changed even for a while. I don´t mean I will keep writing in my email mobile app. to my lovers, no, that is over (the emails are over, not the lovers, for sure! 😀 ), but what I’m trying to say is that in spite of the dent on my forehead, I’m still the same crazy woman I was before and I can say that my stubbornness* has been proven to excess.
So, let’s return to the real world. There are lots of adventures to live just right out there, at the other side of your mobile phone!!
*In Spanish,“stubbornness” is translated as “cabeza dura” (head-hardness… overly proven by a road sign blow)
Publicado el noviembre 13, 2013 en Disparates, Humor y etiquetado en concentrated, dent on my forehead, mobile app, road sign, virtual communication, virtual world. Guarda el enlace permanente. 2 comentarios.