“The unexamined life is not worth living.” – SocratesClose your eyes and imagine sitting in a small and narrow cell. It is completely dark and there are no windows from which even a speck of light could illuminate it.
You have been trapped here for quite some time now and can feel the walls closing in day after day. Despondent, with no hope of finding the key to unlatch the door and set yourself free, you resign yourself to the idea that these are your circumstances and that this is where you belong.
You have forgotten what it feels like to rise each morning to greet the sun, smell the scent of coffee brewing in the kitchen, or hear the pleasant sound of birds singing softly in the trees.Read more on thoughtcatalog.com