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Looking for LunchAfter leaving this idyllic place I continued my journey along a long dusty road pitted with pot-holes that streched far into the distance Eventually I was able to discern an object far in the distance that might just be moving-or was it just my imagination I continued weighing the thoughts that I had thought at breakfast and going over why I was going where I was going and why I was going there I was thinking about why anybody goes anywhere and what their reasons for going there are as well as their real reasons for going there their inner reasons-my inner reason for going on my journey my real journeyIt was at this point thinking about my inner reason for my journey when I stepped into a small hole losing my thoughts just as I thought I was on the point of a revalation I stopped cleared my head and saw that the object I had seen was only a few hundred metres ahead of me It was an old man with a slight limp and a cast on his right arm He was wearing new clothes made of well-crafted faultlessly made material that must have cost a fortune He walked with the swagger of one who has only recently found himself to be important and has not yet found that it is a swagger that gives an automaticly bad impression to anyone who is below his new-found position of importance to those above it is just seen as ridiculous His receeding hair was set in a simple style slightly ruffled by the windHe looked at me and I realized that here was my chance here was my oppurtunity to rid myself of my burden These selfish thoughts were soon dispelled but he looked at me quizzically as if I had done something unexpectedI went straight to him and my purposeful walk made him stop and stand back to get an asessment
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