I was in a skyscraper.
I was at the top of the skyscraper.
I was looking down on the world from the skyscraper.
It was magical. Everything below seemed like it didn't even matter. The problems of the real world just floated away like they were never there before and my mind was at complete bliss. The worries of everyday life, like how I was going to pay for groceries or when I was going to finish my never ending homework, they all vanished once my feet left the ground of the Earth.
It's like all the people on Earth were just little ants with only whispers for their voices and I didn't have to worry about what they were saying. I didn't have to worry about what to say or do to make them feel more comfortable or more happy or to just make their life easier. I could step back and think of myself and make sure I was making myself happy. I could take a breather from all the chaos life throws at me. I could make my mind relax and imagine and believe all the things that I could want to.
It is amazing what a skyscraper could do for a persons mental health. It makes me wonder why I couldn't get this feeling of calm every second of every day. And then I answer my own question: because it is life.
But that is okay. No matter how difficult my life may be, I am going love every last bit of it because I have life and I can have moments like those in that tall far away skyscraper.
From The Girl Who Wants Bliss