Message from a Traveler (ebook)

Message from a Traveler (ebook)

Author: Rowan Knight
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There are moments in life in which logic doesn’t seem to match any possible expectation and what happens can be seen both as normal as well as surreal, and yet, out of an abnormal reality, we think about something that can’t be possibly accepted because, if true, spreads mass panic, and, if not, leads us to ridicule.

Title Message from a Traveler (ebook)
Author Rowan Knight
Type ebook

There are moments in life in which logic doesn’t seem to match any possible expectation and what happens can be seen both as normal as well as surreal, and yet, out of an abnormal reality, we think about something that can’t be possibly accepted because, if true, spreads mass panic, and, if not, leads us to ridicule.

25 of January 2013 was the day the mysterious reflected on my life, showing a man that could have been me from another time period. If logic is made out of the reality we usually feel, then that’s when our reality changes to guide us into a new paradigm of observations.

As I was sitting and observing the French girl, a few tables away from me, writing compulsively in her napkin, I knew that it’s not as much important understanding why she didn’t even look at my face as to why was she writing in a napkin. But truly intriguing is the conversation that follows between two men, which even though alive, are believed to be dead to the whole world and seen as unreal to the ones that know them. […]

  1. Paris, 25 January 2013
  2. Two strangers in black
  3. ...and a glass of water
  4. The next Inquisition

Paris, 25 January 2013
  It’s Paris, on 25 January 2013, and it’s a very cold day outside, even though not raining.
  Something inside me tells me that I should be alone during this evening, so I follow my instinct and go to a coffee shop that my insight told me to. There are moments in life in which logic is made out of the reality we usually feel and that’s when our reality changes to guide us into a new paradigm of observations.
  As I sit and observe the cute French girl, a few tables away from me, writing compulsively in her napkin, I know that it’s not as much important understanding why she didn’t even look at my face as to why is she writing in a napkin. Strange people with strange behaviors, I must say, but not as strange as the ideas that come to me when I don’t have a notebook to write them down.
The waiter approaches and I order an espresso, even though it was lunch time already. I wasn’t hungry but waiting with my laptop on for the body to tell me when was time to eat. […]

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