Monday, 16 February 2015
Soft Light & Sparkles On Valentine's Day
In The Theory of Everything, physicist Stephen Hawking is in the middle of giving a speech when he spots a pen on the floor dropped by someone in the audience. He suddenly imagines himself standing up from his wheelchair and walking down the stage stairs to nimbly pick up the pen. Such a simple yet complex task magically portrayed in the movie is something Hawking can only dream of doing. Luckily, despite having a severe motor-neuron disorder, Hawking has an brilliant mind and the entire universe to ponder.
Functions of the human anatomy are under-appreciated until the body turns on itself. I am reminded that simple pleasures are at the heart of enjoying life and nothing about existence should be taken for granted, from a good laugh and shared meal to a brilliant idea and golden sunset at the end of the day.
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