Have you ever felt like you’ve been standing at a train station nervous you’ll miss your train but at the same time unsure which train to take? Like there was a hundred trains going in every possible direction, but you’re incompetent in deciding where you’d like to go? Everywhere you look there’s people getting on and off. Some seem really determined and sure that they are on the right track; others rush to whatever train they can find, that more or less heads to the direction they are going to.
Watching all these people – where they come from, where they’re heading to – makes you weak and dizzy; makes you want to give up because you have no idea which train to take. And then, still standing at the train station – feeling as nervous as at the first day at school after summer break – a thought crosses your mind.
What if you will miss your train? What if not knowing, at this instance, which train to take means you’ll never get on the train you’d feel most comfortable being on?
This thought makes you want to jump on the first train you see; for any train is better than being stuck on the platform, right? But right as you’re about to get on the train to… to nowhere actually… you hesitate. And then you’re back on the platform again. At this time you start thinking that maybe a train isn’t the way to travel for you. Maybe you’re destined to take the bus or, heck, a plane!
However, this only makes you forget the fact that you still don’t even know your destination – your destiny. Considering all the different types of transport methods doesn’t take away the real problem (it only adds another problem to the dilemma). So where to go? Looking around… Still a hundred options, none smarter than the other… Solution?
– Go home.
© C.S.I. 2008
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