Drop it like it’s cold

I am sure many of you have heard the song the line above is inspired from. But I wrote this topic fully aware of the meaning I want to convey. How often do you come across something that is cold and unwanted? How often do you come across something cold and lifeless? Do you hold on to it or just drop it?

Now do you understand? It is cold. And you drop it because it is cold, because it has nothing to offer. It gives forth no warmth. No energy. It is dead and is simply not worth anything. “Drop it like it’s cold”. I hope you understand what I mean now.

Sometimes life takes on a form of a cold, dead piece of meat; rotting, casting out pungent fumes of toxic gas, consuming everything you liked within its grasp. It spreads its death around, along with apathy. What is one to do with  a cold life?

When one loses purpose in life, it becomes cold. Cold and dead. Drop it, for it is useless. Cease to exist. Go kill yourself.

But there is a way out. Before life becomes cold, the purpose dies. So when the purpose dies you drop the purpose, picking up a new one. Death to life and life to death. There is much to do inbetween. Do you understand me now? Drop it like it’s cold.

It’s cold. Useless. Dead. I will drop it now.

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~ by Prageeth Thoradeniya on April 22, 2008.

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