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The Insignificance of Words A man walks down a dimly lit street the bright red lights above the hospitals exit are now just a faint glow behind him As he staggers along the city blocks back to his quiet row home he ponders the tragic news he has just received regarding his mothers failing health A couple blocks from the refuge of his home he runs into some of the neighborhood locals Some he knows most he doesnt but greets them all the same Hows it goin he says in a voice that is less then enthusiastic Good they reply Hows it goin with you The man responds Good thanks for asking again not showing much interest in the conversation he just finished he trudges toward home After passing the locals the man is amused at the simple truth that he is not doing good and that he does not really care if those people are He ponders the stupidity of the conversation he just had and laughs for the first time all day As he enters his doorway and hangs up his jacket he slowly glances around the living room and finds his way to the olive colored sofa As he searches the coffee table for the remote control he begins to think of his ailing mother and her impact on his life His search ends as he finds the clicker and turns on the television Not paying any attention to the infomercial on the screen he is just glad that the silence of his home is broken As Chuck Norris is explaining why the Ab Slide is the newest safest and most effective method for getting in shape in the comfort of your own home He reflects back on the conversation that he had walking home from the hospital He quickly laughs again and thinks what was the point of even talking to them The simple nonchalant nature of not caring
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