Saturday, October 25, 2014

A Wonderful Pause

Worries accompany a man wherever he goes. It’s a mental orgy he initiates but seldom enjoys. He travels with them in the hope that they’ll abandon him sooner or later. But being selfish, they don’t. Speaking of which, only a friend as selfless as a forest can help him divorce them. Needless to mention, woods can be shamelessly tiring. And strolling can become a time-consuming process that involves a lot of rustling of leaves and halting of feet. Fortunately, it’s worth the effort too because whenever he’s tired enough to sit down on his haunches, he wonders—not worries. 

N.B. A frame is worth a little less than a hundred words. Some of the tales here are worth your not-so-precious time. 

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