"I miss you" is a beautiful phrase

It can be said with such innocent intent. Merely one friend letting another know that when they get back to school they should hang out.
It can also be said so that it makes you catch your breath and just smile.
It's another human being letting you know that, for some reason, they want you to be a part of their life. That your mere presence can make their troubles seem a little lighter, can take the waver out of their voice and wipe the tears from their cheeks.
And it can also be said in pain.
It remembers the fond memories of the past that squeeze your shoulder comfortingly and stab you straight to the heart.

"I miss you" is a beautiful glass sculpture that used to bring you joy beyond imagine, but now you clutch the shattered pieces to your chest and bleed.

A note on the psychology of anticipation:

It feels great!

In other words, my favourite person arrives in t-minus soon, and I couldn't be happier.


A good first step towards increasing my comfort with existence.

In other news, I've come to grips with logic through the miracle of intuition. More on this later.

Good advice for the day:
Don't hold any grudges!

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