[NOTE: This is my second article written at the request of Aditya Samitinjay. Aditya is a student of Medicine and lives in India. He features great articles, Living Healthy - The Right Way, life changing stories and lots of inspiration on his blogsite. This article hot off the press and can be read at Being Chirpy! and Storylane.]
Here is a teaser. . .
What are your triggers for inspiration…things that are seen or that which is unseen? Emotions through experience or feelings from the gut? Touchables or untouchables? Mirrored images or broken glass? Butterflies or dragons?
It is early morning. With eyes barely open, you stretch and yawn, afterward rubbing the sleepy matter crusted in the corner of each eye. Toes wiggle trying to ease foot cramps, legs ache from being in the same position too long, shoulders still feel tired from the weights not being lifted from the day before. Your feet hardly hit the floor when thoughts awaken your senses flitting and fluttering through the corridors of your mind. They dance angelically, yet fervently, much like the atala butterflies seeking the sweet, sweet nectar from summer’s enticing florets or greet you with a horrid headache as a result of fighting dragons all through the night.
With the day just beginning, what triggered those thoughts exactly, so early with daylight scarcely visible? Hey, you are hardly awake! You haven’t even had the tiniest hint of caffeine to jolt your brain cells into action or set your eyesight on what the day even looks like.