And I won’t feel
that I’ve gotten really bad at emoting.
I try really hard not to step on people’s toes and worry endlessly about reciprocity of emotions (hate, confusion, fondness, et al.)
I’m going to work on being less guarded and more open and honest.
It’s 4/20 and easter.
Guys, weed jokes are very important.
To be present in an experience.
To find it fleeting and timeless all at once.
To find meaning in the synchronicity of beating hearts.
Everyone sees the world through their own lens. When it comes to people searching for another, they seem to have this pre-programmed, unique frequency of colors by which they identify other people. One eye represents a color, the other its inverse.
For example, let’s say one eye represents a unique shade of blue that is cast upon everyone they encounter. The other eye would then represent a shade of red that is the inverse.
People innately think to themselves upon seeing a person cast in their blue as beneath them. Even if these blue people have an interest in someone, their efforts are largely futile as we have evolved to be able to look at someone and mostly know immediately whether we will be attracted to them or not. Cruel, perhaps, but it’s the way we have undeniably evolved.
So the red would then be someone that you do express interest in. You say to yourself, I could see myself with this person. They may be of a different social clique, style, class, culture, etc. This needn’t be a deterrent, but it often seems to be the case that these ‘reds’ are people that identify you as a ‘blue’.
So rare is this mutual blending of colors between two sets of eyes that is a “match”. The elusive purple that most strive to find come in all different forms, so be vigilant and don’t let it go if you find it.
I’m stuck outside of a venn diagram that everyone else seems to have a place in.