Wednesday, March 17, 2010

The Tale of a Tooth

I woke up that night not knowing what would happen in the following hours. There was an unsure pain in the left side of my mouth but I didn't want to bother myself with such a negligible phenomenon.
Later, the bells of 2 o'clock found me in my bed, so awaken that I had never been before. My tooth was aching so much that I was desperatly hitting the ground to deflect my attention. I went out to the closet to check what's going on in my mouth but by the time when I got back, my whole body was shaking and cold sweat covered me. Following a painkiller, the cold sweat turned into hot, then cold again. It went on for a while.

Now, what do you do when you don't know what's happening, you're lost and need help? What does an almost grown up man do when he lost his sense of time, and doesn't know what to do?

He goes and cry to his mommy.

Yes, no matter how old you are, how much money you have, how far you are from your family, when the world collapses they are there for you. And all of us should be glad for them.

And at the end of the day I think there's only one thing: Family. You, as a parent or a child it's the same safe net enusuring not to hit the ground.

Photo: .Hit the floor by Dark-lil-Angel

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