Maybe I am a little insane. This I confess.
I just got back to my burrow after a good jog at the nearby track. It was slightly longer than usual; and here I am referring to the distance covered.
I increased the number of sit-ups and push-ups too. As I headed out to the nearest 24-hour store, I started feeling a recurring pain in the cardiac muscle. Oh no, I thought. Not again.
The first incident came about more than a year ago. It lasted for just a few minutes – but it hurt enough to claim storage in my mind’s capacity. Enough to teach me plenty of values. Of life. Of the self. Of the people around me – especially those I care for.
I drink at times, but I have never placed a lit cigarette in my mouth. I am quite proud of the fact that, each time I hit the community pool, I complete ten full laps back and forth. Non-stop.
What I have absorbed in my mind has taught me so much about life’s worth. I have, as of date, already discovered the cause, and in the process revealed the conclusions altogether. It is not that I wish to vye for fame. I have simply accepted the dry facts. Now I just intend to… prolong my lifespan a little bit, perhaps?
My quickest, and also easiest solution, of course, is laughing. Laughter, after all, is the simplest and most unconventional method of healing. Among all other forms available, laughing is such a natural remedy, especially for the pain in the heart. I laugh at anything and everything, so much so friends and colleagues gave me a cute pet-name (that I shall not reveal!).
Yet I see this as a positive activity. An array of happiness oxytoxins jetspray themselves into the bloodstream from the glands, every time that occurs. They squirt out and rush off to the cheeks, giving them a soft, rosy glow. It catalyzes the heartbeat by just a wink, and here even a wink helps.
There is, I presume, of no use, because the Chambers of Life beat so diligently… but no one hears. And so, I churn out my music on the paper.
Spill it out. It is now very close to 3AM, and I have a class at 8.30AM later. Let’s just laugh.