I am a big fan of the program lie to me. I think it is a beautiful program showing how people speak without speaking. I always thought I knew how to read people. Not as good as they do in the program of course. But at least knowing from their posture how people were feeling. I thought I knew. Until today.
For the first time in my life I saw someone scared. Perhaps scared is the wrong word. Unsure, terrified, somewhat in pain, not like this person normally is. Eyebrows pulled together, pupils smaller then the moment before, and muscles in the cheeks all showing some sort of pain or worry. And it’s ok. Changes are tough. But I have to tell you a secret that I never told you before: You are going to wake up in the morning and then today is yesterday. That’s a very cool thing and even better: a thing that I am absolutely sure about. Yes, tomorrow it will hurt as well. And you will be perhaps even a little nervous. And then the day after that tomorrow will be yesterday as well. In, about, two weeks there will be a day that you wake up, and everything will be different. The moves some people tended to make, the discussions, the problems and the solutions. All will be gone by then. You might even have forgotten some of their faces, or even names. And then the hurting part is over. It might not feel like it now but in two weeks everything will be so yesterday. Just don’t tell this secret to everybody, would you?