Miss. Fix-It

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Easy Fix.”

I am not someone who believes in easy fixes. I don’t think anything works instantaneously. I can think of a couple of things that might make everything alright. I don’t know if they will work though.

Intellectual Gymnastics of some sort!

1. Mind reading?!:

Axiom: Life is the comedy of miscommunication.

Since nobody has ever experienced this before, we don’t know how it will work out. It might just complicate things further considering the complex human mind. It might rule out the mystery factor. We cannot know people completely and that’s the beauty of relationships (in my opinion!)

You tune out people when you want. You can customise who you want to listen to, so the noise doesn’t make you insane. As someone who loves her ‘me’ time, many other conditions also apply. I think it will work.

2. Education [ not an easy fix though 😦 ]

Education can make everything better. Period.

And everything will be right in the world…

Hopefully!

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I think

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