Dilemma

My mind began to feel tired, but my heart can always argue that. My mind started to get stuck, but my heart always accompanies me. My mind is getting lazy, but instead my heart churned. My mind began to feel empty, but my heart is always ready to fill it. My mind began to not care about anything, but again and again my heart always says “don’t go, just stay”. Feelings are always in the front lines and love always wins first, before the disappointment that came crashing. I will let things go as they are, pass properly and end as they should be. My dilemma is that i hate change and love it at the same time what i really want is for things to remain the same but get better. I think people crave those meaningful situations, like stuff about faith, identity, romance, work, anf dilemmas of live paradoxes in our souls. It’s going back to a time where lives were really defined by history, and also how you behave in the face of history. It’s kind of interesting to go back to that simpler humanity, simpler but deeper. To me, one of the things i strive for is realism. I need to be as real as possible in the dilemmas my characters face.

 

“Stories are told not to preach or counsel people but to reflect the dilemmas of our time”

– SOBHITA DHULIPALA –

 

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