My strange inclination

Some combinations just don’t make sense at all. Yet they amalgamate beautifully.

I believe strength lies in differences not the similiarities. Have you ever realised and get surprised to see how much you can have in common with someone completely different from you.

You see, I am an optimist.  I enjoy the simplest things, and there’s no greater joy for me than just picking even a petite happy moment from my otherwise dismal life. Still I have this tendency to get enthralled by these cynic, introvert people. They generally sweep me off my feet and challenge every view I ever had. They scares the hell out of me and calms my soul at the same time, a total contradiction that somehow balances. I love talking yet I want to talk to these silent people and love their comments like “don’t talk to me until I have had my coffee and then after that still please don’t talk to me”. It makes my time with them like a roller coaster of fun. Their arguments are a little annoyed yet very amusing. This penchant for their amusing stories, peculiar philosophies gives me the expanded dynamic perception of ideas. With them, I feel like an angel craving chaos with a demon seeking peace. Like I told you earlier, some combinations, they just don’t fit, yet they exist.

via Daily prompt: Penchant


2 Replies to “My strange inclination”

  1. I consider myself a pessimist, though at times I pride myself on it because I feel like it allows me to understand things on a deep level…
    Sometimes is incredibly hard to find something happy to get you through a bad day.

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