We write the stories you will never tell.
Crutches, they remind me of crutches! Love the combination of the image and the quote. 😀
I wonder how people can openly share their stories with online strangers, while they don’t even want to connect to strangers in the real world.
It’s easier to share ourselves with strangers online because the Internet allows us to retain anonymity. No wonder so many people hide behind their keyboards.
I enjoy train journeys.
But am often disappointed by peoples reluctance to connect
Perhaps a longer train journey is needed. 🙂
One foot touches other other; one soul sheds a little bit of light into the window of someone else.
That’s lovely, granbee. 🙂
mostly fiction, because their stories can only be imagined in our minds…
I also try to imagine what other people’s stories are! But you’re right, it’s mostly in our heads because we hardly get the chance to interact with them.
Yes, but if only they were willing to talk to one another. People are so connected to their BlackBerrys and iPods that they lose track of and lose touch with the real world. No one wants to connect with a stranger and potentially make a new friend.
Ah. so true. I’ve noticed at restaurants how people can sit at one table — probably with their family and/or friends — and not talk to each other because they’re busy texting/playing games/tweeting/checking Facebook/etc.
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