Each time I face a conflict with another person, I realise that it is merely a clash of what each of us wants. Ever so often I find that I don’t want it as much as they do and I let go, which seems like I’m giving in.

I think I’ve become blissfully somnabulistic to the world. I don’t remember the last time I wanted something so much that I wanted to fight for it. Or even stand and wait for it.

The flip side of learning that there is nothing and no one that you cannot live without, is realising that there is nothing and no one to live for.

8 thoughts on “Somnabulist

  1. No one gets to this state that easily.

    Maybe you are just too scared to even think this way – after going through this state of wanting something so badly, and see it not being yours.

    The most logical ones are the ones most scared of emotions.

  2. Eeeps.
    I saw it on SB’s (thats a girl from our common office) gtalk. Yesterday, this was her gtalk line…..sorry….didnt know …

    Well..its an awesome line girl πŸ™‚

  3. Well, I saw your comment (crib) on Ginger Girl’s page about this line, and had come over here with the intention to rebuke you about having copied it from the movie/book. So, it could have been on your mind (since you have read the book) and subconsciously got translated into your own line. ‘Imitation’ is the sincerest form of flattery, indeed. You are a true Rowling fan! πŸ˜›

  4. Oye, you don’t have to apologize on Ginger’s page. I read that comment. If one A.E. points out something, Vox Populi need not know. Haven’t you read the code of ethics! Besides, it was just a thought, mebbe yours is indeed an original idea. The debate stays in-house! Outside, we are ‘one’. πŸ˜€

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: