Park. Sunday. Afternoon. Many People. Alone. Many people alone.
I think the 21st century’s most honest advertisement would be:
‘I am looking for a Friend. With a capital F. A Friend, who laughs with me when I am happy, cries with me when I am sad. Happy for my successes, encourages me when I am lost. A Friend, who is there when I need not only when s/he feels convenient. A Friend, who is not jealous on me, does not want my boyfriend, does not try to manipulate me. A Friend, who is honest, honest, and above all: honest. A Friend, who is not an energy vampier but with whom its fun to be. A Friend, who is free to go to the park, or a movie and does not need a calendar to check if I will fit in at anytime. A Friend, who is able to put the phone down and spend a real quality time. A Friend, who will tell me I look good when I least feel good, but would tell me I am making a big mistake, when I do not want to see. Not so difficult. I am just looking for a Friend. You can be christian, muslim, jewish. You can be white, black, mokka. You can be you. I can be me. We can be Friends. Real Friends ‘
You think you are social.
Yet: Park. Sunday. Afternoon. Many People. Alone. Many people alone. Waiting. For a Friend.