I am standing in the bus station, waiting for a bus, ready to go to lunch. I see quite many  people, also  waiting for their bus.  They all look the same. They seem gloomy and bored of life, even if the sun is shining and it is a beautiful day, about  10.30 in the morning. I see many lonely, mostly middle-age people calmly waiting. But when I start to think about that, I realise, that I am just like everybody else. Standing alone in the station and probably looking others with my angry impression. I don’t like or want to belong in the gray mass, but we all do. I have arrived at the cafe. I order food. I see a lot of people around me. They all are so busy. Waitresses are running around to serve food as quickly as possible. Many, many  business men and women are working with their laptops. They seem worried.  Then I see two friends chatting and laughing while eating. Their laugh is fake and it feels like they are not feeling very comfortable with each other. I think no one wants to be like those people around us, we see every day- angry, worried, busy. We just don’t realise that we  are just like everybody else…

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