Downtime

When I’ve been in a fast moving train for quite some time, sometimes I just want to get off and make time stand still. That is, enjoy the moment without letting it pass by. It is impossible, however. So, I just do this. Write stuff.

I honestly don’t know what to say. I’m just liking the feels I get when sitting back, relaxing and listening to beautiful music (About Time movie soundtrack, “The Luckiest” by Ben Folds). Some songs make us feel sad, for some reasons. Music, really, is powerful. And this is the kind of music flawed humans make. Imagine if we were already perfect. I can’t help my thoughts from gravitating to the heavens. I wonder what kind of music Jesus listens to.

Now, people could argue that our imperfect humanity is what makes music, among other things that matter, beautiful. But, I think, that’s a baseless assumption. We only really know one side of the argument and have had no first hand experience of what it is like in a perfect world.

Sorry, sometimes I ruin an atmosphere of feels with being, or, at least, trying to be, annoyingly philosophical (aka, overthinking).

I used to think that was my unique ability until I met the emo generation. People are very interesting.

I guess, that is all I have to say today.

This post is titled “downtime” because I’m on downtime mode, just chilling after an exam, before starting with my homeworks and getting busy with work and overtime for the holidays. Ahhh. I love this. So chill. *continues to listen to music*

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