Worn Out On The Road

No, not the real road. Not the highway. It’s that road that you walk along in life to where ever you’re heading. Which…well…is what I’m worn out from. Does that make sense? I hope it does.

Anyway, be thankful that this isn’t a post about my mental state. It’s more of my physical state that I’m worn out from. It just feels like one of those moments where there isn’t enough time during the day and you still have so much things to do. That everything is a priority that needs to be accomplished at the moment or you’ll lose things that you worked so hard for.

With assignments to finish, friends to hold up, friendships to maintain, sites to tweak, layouts to modify, blogs to write, life to live. It’s all there. The whole nine yards worth of it. I just don’t get it when people say they have absolutely nothing to do. Really I don’t. Saying you have nothing to do is like saying you’re in a dark room and telling yourself the room is empty because you can’t see anything.

It doesn’t really work.

As it is, I just feel worn out of my mind. I take my painkillers every few hours to make sure I can focus on my work and not have my body remembering that it went snowboarding a week back. I’ve been taking it so much so often that I’m starting to feel like House. Which may not be a bad thing after all.

In any case, does anyone know how someone living in an area with absolutely no city-like entertainment can just find a way to recharge and still do everything he needs to do without using up any more precious time? What about stopping time? Does anyone know how I can stop time? Anyone?

Cause I certainly need it. A lot. A whole lot.

4 thoughts on “Worn Out On The Road

  1. How I wish I could stop time too..

    So that I will have more time to think stuffs over, and also do my chores… Hehe…

    Maybe we should learn how to manipulate time.

  2. Or learn to let some things go. Which is harder one of those two. Knowing how you and me are, I think we both know the answer to that. 🙂

  3. i find a long walk always helps me recharge. spending just 10mins listening to myself and not my assignments, friends, problems…it’s liberating to hear yourself talk. when people feel burnt out, it’s usually because they have been ignoring themselves and their spiritual lives and focussing on the noise of the world instead. try some quiet. it might help.

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