Sometimes writing does not have a purpose other than to entertain only the author himself. The piece below falls exactly under that category. Read it if you wish… but don’t expect a moral, life lessons, or whatever you expect from the stream of consciousness of a not-so-sane writer…
Welcome to the world of mixing up! The true essence of life and the world we live in!!!
Let’s start with basic emotions like joy and despair…
… and see how it goes by mixing the two and experiencing something totally overwhelming:
A standard smile involves 13 different facial muscles affecting the mouth, the lips, the cheeks, the nose and the eyes working together. Crying is a different case as each person’s style of shedding tears is distinctive so it can be a number of muscles ranging from 12 to 20 throughout your body (including a set of muscles in the abdomen and yes, I am making the number up). Now, think about crying out of joy. You may never need to go to a gym ever to work on your abdomen if you’re over-emotional.
Differences create art whether it’s painting,, music or some culinary magic:
Colours are not as meaningful on a virgin canvas when used solo. Masterpieces are created with a maelstrom of brush strokes involving a rainbow of colours. Well, even rainbows have much more than a single hue.
A single instrument can create good music, and feed your soul, but a band of instruments is a feast, a banquet involving no calories.
A tablespoon of salt is almost never consumed on its own as it’s… hmmm… too salty! But, when it goes into any kind of meal, it brings out the flavour.
Yin Yang! Life is indeed a giant mixture of everything. Try some alchemy in your life.