Do you know this moment?
A moment when you walk in the corridor, and there is this person that you’ve met before. You don’t know him enough to say hello, or you think that he should say it first. The same is true for this person. You glimpse at him while walking; he does the same to you, nothing happens.However, if you try to concentrate on your emotions and focus on other person’s behavior, you’ll find the strength of this moment. You’ll be able to observe the forces that both attract and repel you.
I was walking in the corridor then there was this girl. I met her before, we talked once, like six months ago.
I looked at her, she looked at me. I didn’t want to say hello or something. I just observed (I enjoy observing world around me).
No, No, I didn’t stare or anything, I hate when people do this. I just glimpsed at her two or three times.
The last glimpse was a bit longer than 3 seconds. I looked directly in her eyes. I was full with anticipation. What would happen?
Then, I saw her eyes, she was looking directly at me,
I continued looking, and I saw for a short instant in her eyes confusion, question, and doubt. Her eyes started looking for another fixed point,
in an attempt to break the short connection formed between us for 1 or 2 seconds.
Finally, she looked at the floor.
We passed each other and never met again.
You may call me weird, but once you try it yourself, you’ll understand what I’m talking about.