on the other side.

going through the counterflow of faces, my dad said something incredibly true about life while we were merely walking, trying not to get lost in the busy streets of Mong Kok. i wonder if he knew the weight of what he said though.

 

have one direction. just one. you can’t keep on swerving from left to right. you can’t keep looking back. look forward, you’ll never know what may hit you or what you may see. only change direction if there is a need to. if there’s nothing wrong with you’re going, then onwards we go.

 

’twas a really interesting trip actually. but then again, i think i’d rather go to other countries instead.

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