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QW 101912 “Muteness”

I’ve become to like this muteness that I’ve been having for a couple of days. It’s not just that I lost my beautiful, soothing, yet seductive voice after having offered continuous lectures with a damaged and sore throat. The loss of my normal voice surely let me down both physically and mentally for sure. There were also the things that were beyond my control and capacity, but I had to deal with in very professional manners. Those things are energy-consuming on my side, but I kind of like this situation where I’d opt to remain silent, at least on the surface. Yes, on the surface.

Being mute, quiet, or to put it in a nicer way, “sober” helps you look back on what you’ve done to yourself, and what’s really important for you and what’s not. Given this calm submissive yet still positive energy, you’re more likely to see things critically and scrutinize yourself more thoroughly. It entails some risks, mind you, to be overly absorbed in your self-consciousness, soul-searching, or even self-loathing which serves you well while numbing your pains and averting your eyes from the problems you may have and the reality you need to face.

For now, however, I’m pretty much willing to enjoy this muteness that I have now, but who knows? It could be an incubation period in which the new-me will emerge sometime later. As the final note, readers, I’m always such an introverted, quiet, and contemplative person. Simultaneously I know full well that you’re not gonna believe my word. Cheers.

(20 minutes / 257 words)

I'll watch this movie this weekend, and go mute even more.
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