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Obsession

2 septiembre 2009

According to the Merriam-Webster:

1: a persistent disturbing preoccupation with an often unreasonable idea or feeling; broadly: compelling motivation.

Sadly fitting.

You keep being told that everyday’s a precious gift, that you’re supposed to go out there and try, try everything and not regret it, ‘cause later you’ll only regret what you didn’t do or say.

Now, the question remains: how? You’re stuck in the comfort zone. Nothing can harm you. However, you’ve decided to step up. Why? ‘Cause the comfort zone is colored in a dull grey, bang-your-head-against-the-wall grey, asylum like.

Little things that steal away some of your asylum moments make you think that perhaps taking a different path may be worthy. But, if you do not know how to step up, those little things turn into overanalyzed bits of a James Blunt song. So you run them in your head over and over. Obsessing is fun, but wasteful.

Ideas and feelings that persistently and disturbingly preoccupy you are often unreasonable. Very well phrased. However, the word is broadly used to refer to a compelling motivation. Could then the obsession be that something that compels you to take the detour?

We get ideas, unreasonable ideas though, that put you in unreasonable and unrealistic situations, none serving to the truer purpose of stopping you from peeking through the window, never fully opened.

So the new subject matter of my obsession is in for a ride, as soon as I get an answer to my how.

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