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I used to be wondering
whether it was good to be back home after having seen enchantingly beautiful places,
having travelled half a thousand miles abroad,
having had days worth having over and over,
I used to think the only logical reason as to why I always felt terrible after,say,a holiday in paradise
was time flying
and me not being able to slow it down
no matter how productively or unproductively I spend my days.
Time was to blame.
it has to be time.
What else could it be?
Not only its incomprehensible speed I curse in the end,
but other facts
being absolutely obligated to leave a luxurious hotel.
being born exactly where I was born.
Long story short,
I used to be a fool,
a fool more a child
than an adult.
Now that I've grown,
I've learned to respect,love
and enjoy my place
whether it's my physical location
or a specific position in life.
Arrived in Sofia on Sunday
after eight truly life-changing days
during which a holiday my limited vocabulary can't perfectly describe
It'd never happened before but
I was actually not even trying to be sad.
Yet not dying of happiness either.
Something positioned exactly in the middle.
I think it was nothing itself.
The sensation of feeling absolutely nothing
Indeed I did.
After all,I barely slept.
The best proof I have
is my last three posts' descriptions,
worth reading if you have spare time and love weird philosophical travel stories.
Not feeling anything
is better than feeling depressed and excessively nostalgic.
I'd rather be stuck in the middle
than in the side prone to ruining a whole week's potential.
Seeing my home city after eight days wasn't scary
and neither did it feel bad.
What used to happen before
I'm not proud of
so it stays in the past for a good reason.
It's almost Wednesday now,
a certain friend is back in my life for another eight months,
and I haven't been more optimistic about the future.
What I'm exceptionally positive about though
is the present.
Looking at school in a different way,
partially knowing what I want to fight for long-term,
keeping my Antalya holiday sealed in
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