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我的空间

早晨,在单位的车上,无暇思考已经到了目的地
8小时,同事的友善让我感到非常舒服的感觉,快乐已经掩盖了思考
晚上,登陆QQ,听到久久不停的滴滴声,我知道我还有很多的责任没有完成,还有很多人等着我解决问题,依然是无暇顾及思考

啊,唯一的时间就剩下了下班时的车上,因此而喜欢上了很晚回家,这将延长我在车上的时间。打开mp3,站在车上,静静的思考,为什么会如此的愤怒?为什么会如此的悲哀?为什么会如此的感到快乐?为什么会感到如此的甜蜜?

这是救生圈吗?我想不是。
为什么会这样,是传统思想影响了我,还是自身的实力影响了我,还是....
不由得想到,为什么上帝对我如此的残酷,让我得到一切却得不到我最想要的,永远都是那么远,那么的遥而不及,却又触手可及....

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