the world’s asleep

Part I.

when do we stop to take a look at what’s going on around us? or when will we care? the selfishness of one has reached the peak,  these days.

leaning on the premises “we’re not gonna make it to see it happening” we stopped living.

I was walking the other day in a park next to a mosque and there was this national Muslim celebration. The park was filled with kids, small kids I dare say, playing in the middle of the day with firecrackers. I felt like I was walking a mine-filled or something.  From a long distance I honestly thought there were militants firing their weapons. Damn, it was not.

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