Go down the rabbit hole with Alice; play quidditch with Harry Potter; float down the river with Huck Finn… If you could choose three fictional events or adventures to experience yourself, what would they be?
One story which has always motivated to believe in six impossible things before breakfast was Alice In Wonderland.
The movie by Tim Burton has had its imprint on my Mind more than the actual story which I read during my early years of schooling.
The main reason why I loved this movie was the way Alice learns new things in a maze and then again comes back to reality learning how to apply those lessons in real life.
I would really wish one day I disappear into some rabbit hole and explore the other side of this vast beautiful world.
I dont care whether the world is good bad or ugly… All I need is to explore the unexplored… See the world which nobody has ever attempted to see before… To feel the things which nobody has ever felt before….
I would be glad if I would fall down deep under the rabbit fall only to emerge out as a more matured person enough to understand this complex world. How nice would it be to meet some of the amazing creatures and amazing human beings like the Mad Hatter and the horrendous red queen…
How much more interesting would it be to fit into different sizes and different places … The adaptability, the curiosity, the knowledge, the expereince of having entered a world which is entirely different from the conventional world… Wow…
Life is indeed beautiful if things really went like this. But unfortunately fairy tales seem so tempting that we often forget that we have to finally live in Reality and not some fantasy land….
What is your fiction land???
I would love to hear ur imaginations….
Lots of love and hugs,
Back of the Queue.
Is there something you’ve always wanted to do, but never got around to starting (an activity, a hobby, or anything else, really)? Tell us about it — and tell us about what’s keeping you from doing it.
I always wanted to be a dancer and a singer.
But what went ahead stopping me from becoming what i wanted to be was my “FEAR”
Fear of what may be the reaction of people when they see an idiot like me dancing…
Fear of what if people will laugh about my silly voice…
Fear of peers teasing …
Uff… endless fears…
Then I read this line by Marianne Williamson
Indeed our fears prevent us all the times from achieving the fullest of our own potential. The best remedy for this is to get out of that couch and start learning something new… I attempted the same and i participated in a flash mob held in our own Company.
Though i danced like an idiot it made me feel so proud that atleast i tried. Its better to have tried than not to have tried at all.