Champs Ulysses Cabinatan

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I'm More Than 10,000 Days Old On This World


I'm more than 10,000 days old on this world
But I don't know how many hundreds of years my spirit lives
Did I exist somewhere else before?
I can't answer
And
I don't know the answer
and I don't know who can answer.


I'm more than 10,000 days old on this world
Yet only few days really I feel perfect joy
Many of those years I spent
Just sitting in a classroom or in the office
Will I be spending or wasting another 10,000 days sitting?
And on average,
Human has about 25,000 days in a single lifetime.


I'm contributing more than 240,000 man-hours on this Planet Earth project.
And one third of those man-hours I spend in alpha, beta or theta state.
Dreaming or dreamless sleeping
Imagining or daydreaming

Submitted: Monday, September 03, 2012
Edited: Monday, September 03, 2012

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