Facing the Unknown

July 21, 2010
By henlady GOLD, Oakland, California
henlady GOLD, Oakland, California
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The most wasted day of all is that on which you have not laughed.

Surely you know what it feels like to face the unknown. It is that never-ending set of switch-backs, leaving you with only a sickening feeling in your stomach, but still no answer. The unknown is confusion, guessing, wondering. No one can answer your questions. They make guesses as to the answer, and try to make something up, so they can forget about their failure to not have an answer. They go home to their warm dinner and wine, and you must still wonder and wonder. The unknown keeps you awake at night, tossing and turning. Some think you are crazy, mentally ill or dying for attention. Your head begins to swirl, you feel as if no one will ever know why you feel this way. You’ll have to live forever in this big, bottomless pit. All the while your body nags at you, making you sweat and shake, yet still there is no

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