I listened to music, danced and played table-tennis: joy!

When I qualified as a Chartered Accountant the treat that I gave myself was a hi-fi system – a ‘proper one’!  That is how much music used to mean to me.  Today, I listened – really listened – to music.  Joy!

I used to dance.  Some even told me that I was good at it.  What matters is that I thoroughly enjoyed dancing for dancing. Today my son put on dance music and I danced.  I simply moved with the music.  Joy!

I used to play table tennis.  I became great at it.  Playing table-tennis I lost ‘myself’ as I was immersed in it.  Today I played table-tennis with my son and his friend.  Joy!

Today, I am light: tiredness is not present – it simply dissolved.  Joy!

Today, my son said “I love you!” before he went to sleep. Joy!

I love you!

Author: Maz Iqbal

Management consultant. Working at the intersection of the Customer, the Enterprise, and Technology. Deep interest in human existence. Disposed favourably to the Existentialist stand. Penchant for originals and original thinking, as well as stimulating thinking and rocking the boat. Otherwise, thoroughly ordinary.

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