Stories, Believes And Maybe Mind Thiefs.

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We are the creatures of humankind that love sharing stories. We share stories, tell them to others, and sometimes even make people change their hearts and not in a disoriented manner that consists of doing something once and totally forgets about it on the exact next day but in a way that it makes you think about all you have done in your lifetime, maybe good maybe not, maybe pure and maybe not and never doing it again or maybe the opposite, we never know.

But, we often tend to forget or maybe ignore the fact that stories do lie.

sometimes about the facts, sometimes about the incidents, and sometimes about the whole concept.

we often believe stories, especially the once we are told in our younger ages, but even though we grow old the stories remain the same and so do the beliefs.

Talking about beliefs. Our beliefs… one of the most complex things to understand, we are always in times are taught to believe and still not taught what exactly to believe, its just vague words that roam around a single phrase saying “what feels right”.

But we are never taught what is right, how are we supposed to understand what to feel and what is the feeling of right and wrong.

Probably that’s the reason we see people believe anything and anyone because maybe they just don’t know what is right or wrong…. Ummm quite interesting, isn’t it?

Interesting… because what I just said means if we are convincing enough, there is no possible limitation to what you can make them believe and not only that make them do.

and not just that, if we are powerful enough, we can even make their beliefs grow out of them and feed it to others as a cherishing meal.

Don’t worry, it is not as hard as fighting a master of martial arts but more or maybe so it is just as easy as feeding a baby his baby meal with a pinch of sweet, salty, and spicy words. Because why not, they are babies, physically and mentally so easy to recast like a piece of wet clay, at least hopefully… they won’t dirty your hands as wet clays do.

I didn’t really had a clear purpose nor a conclusion before I started to write this piece out and I still dont have any, I still don’t know how I am supposed to end this piece, on what note or on what tone.

But one thing I do know is that we believe alot of things even though alot of them are not meant to be believed, and it is not a problem until it starts growing out of you and if you don’t have it under control you may end up with dirty hand with wet clay marks all over you.

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Sometimes funny always wierd but onspot a pretty good writer

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Akshat Srivastava

Akshat Srivastava

Sometimes funny always wierd but onspot a pretty good writer

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