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This cant be it it just cant I said to myself as I walked down the barren streets I was unwilling to accept this reality there must be something more I had created my own reality altering my perceptions and view on reality until I came up with a world I liked It worked for a while I was the star in a movie and everyone around me was an actor each playing a separate part in my little production I peered into the passing houses amazed at their willingness to play the game Mindless bodies huddled around the welcoming warm glow of the television In a sense TV is nothing short of a drug something millions tune into each night to escape the brutish realities of their lives The ultimate opiate for the masses I was walking towards the beach for a reason I did not know It just seemed right and Im not one to question my impulses The warm sea breeze felt good on my cold skin I could taste the moist salty air and it tasted great The smell of nature something not tainted by man I arrived at the ocean finding it deserted Nature has nothing to compete with when everything you need comes from a box of lights in your living room I walked down the beach and through a mirage of trees until I came to our beach The beach my pals and I discovered that summer Our own beach free from the outside world I climbed up the meditation tower we had built a few months earlier Each week one of us would take a turn and sit up there for hours just watching the waves crash Filling our bodies with the drug meditation produces called happiness I reached the end of the latter and sat there staring at the falling sun about to be distinguished in the heavenly body of water Second by second
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