I picked up a book by Stephen Hawking and decided to read it. I mean he is famous. It was a book about the universe. About how the stars are forever expanding and creating more space. I felt like I was having an outer body experience just imagining space. Seeing it from top view. It just seems so scary. To think, we are a tiny spec. And we make such tiny things bigger than the stars. Like problems, feelings or people.
Then it came across to me, that the universe exist inside our heads. Lemme try to clarify. Our brains receive information from the outside and stores it in our short and long term memory bank. And if you tihnk about it, everything around us, is inside our brain! AHHH! sdlkfsdklfjsdklfsdf
I hope someone else day dreams like this.
If you are at first lonely, be patient. If you’ve not been alone much, or if when you were, you weren’t okay with it, then just wait. You’ll find it’s fine to be alone once you’re embracing it.
We could start with the acceptable places, the bathroom, the coffee shop, the library. Where you can stall and read the paper, where you can get your caffeine fix and sit and stay there. Where you can browse the stacks and smell the books. You’re not supposed to talk much anyway so it’s safe there.