“Sometimes it is the people no one can imagine anything of who do the things no one can imagine.”
Poet: A person who possesses the extraordinary powers of imagination and expression.
One of the most haunting phantoms one can have is a forgotten memory, is it not? Think of it—we go through life, and our brains are awake, taking in and processing information for about sixteen hours a day; well if you’re lucky enough actually to get a full night’s sleep. That is:
What occurs at that point in this hypothetical artist’s life is a kind of silence—the first thing he finds out is that for reasons he cannot explain to himself or to others, he does not belong anywhere. Maybe you’re on the football team, maybe you’re a runner, maybe you belong to a church, you certainly belong to a family; and abruptly, in other people’s eyes—this is very important—you begin to discover that you are moving and you can’t stop this movement to what looks like the edge of the world.
Everyone in this world struggles with something internally at one point in time or another. This struggle can come from catastrophic occurrences in which nobody can deny the pain that it inflicts. However, that is not always the case. What often goes unrealized is that, for many, these struggles can arise in ways that can easily go unseen. Though the occurrence may not be as tragic, it is not uncommon for it lead to something that can slowly deteriorate someone’s inner being.
There are those in this world who use the word independent to describe themselves. In society, in careers, and personal life, it is one of the most cherished character traits that so many aspire to have. It can be great, and that’s without a doubt, knowing that you can do anything on your own can bring a presence that others take notice of.