Do you know why it's hard to say goodbye? Because we afraid if our memories might not be able to remember them, rightly. The fact is, goodbye means good. No matter how hard.
~Aurora Esterlia

Wishful Thinking: Fiction

"When you love a fiction, it seems like you wish you could be at least one of the part in that fiction."
"Your life means very depressful, I guess?"
"Yes, it must be. But it also because you have a great imagination mind."
"One of the closer answer."
"So you better not reading fiction?"
"You will be a very dreamer and addicted. People will see you as a lazy person. You become very delusional that you wish there's a real person like the one in the fiction you read."
"You've been in that time. And you're addicted. Suddenly people judging you with what the expression you made because of the fiction you just read."
"You can read anything you want."
"Also people can say anything they want to say."
"Yes! Then, suddenly they will say that you're too much to talk about fiction as a grown-up person."
"Really? Who do they think they are? Grown-up people?"
"Had a job. Facing a reality life, a real problems. Not fiction problems."
"Do you think I didn't think about my reality problems? Greedy people. They think their lifes better than the others. They think our problems just as good as celebrity gossips. So busy and so hard-working, yet they're still have time to judge us."
"My favorite quote from them is it's very unhealthy! You won't get anything from that fiction!"
"Yeah, right! They love to make us feel miserable for wasting times reading fictions."
"You are sick and tired for this life full of competition, wild life law, the fact of the weak dies, or the burden people struggling. Anyway, the fiction would never change anything of life. Wake up."
"But, I do love fiction. What's wrong with reading a lot of fictions?"
"We called it as hobby."
"Can we work with our hobby?"
"Well, that's a right question, my son. A right question."


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