Tuesday, March 5, 2013

I'm only sleeping..

The best part about joblessness is that you can sleep off anything. No matter how bad the day is. No matter how hard it is. The simplest thing is to sleep it off.
When you wake up you are fresh as a daisy and the world looks beautiful again.

You can control your life during that period. You dream of wonderland which is far far far away. You dream of you 20 years from now. You dream of a beautiful house in the mountains.. You dream of beautiful weather and you sitting out in sunshine.

Sleeping off your fears, your insecurities, your tensions, your worries is the best thing that you can do for yourself. True story.. Trust me I speak from experience :). It is pure bliss...

The days when you are anticipating "something" big and just can't stop from refreshing your mail client. The times when you are rejected for something as useless as politicians statues. The hours you spend thinking stupidest things like "why me". All these things make you your worst enemy. Who wants to be a grumpy, whiny sulky person? Ohh I know too many of them and trust me I wouldn't like to be one of them.

In a heavily curtained room tucked nicely inside a blanket with a book to keep you company for 5-10 minutes. Oh, how could I forget the nice and soft background music just to heal your stress.

I like the whole process of "sleeping your worries" off. When you wake up you start fresh. I like by detoxing further more with a hot cup of plain black coffee. You start again. You take a stock of the situation, you evaluate and then you react well most of the times maturely.

I wasn't always like this. Back in the day whenever things were not right I would go for a long run. A long run to ward off all the depressing thoughts. It was a good feeling too.
With my dedicated training routine et al I can't afford to go for erratic runs. Times change, you change, everything changes. All for good.. All for good.

Does life really get better than that? May be it does. In my little world it is still the best..
I am not trying to glorify joblessness but rather the virtue of sleeping off the devil inside you.

1 comment:

  1. I do that too- sleep off my worries, so this post of yours resonate quite closely to me.