Friday, January 23, 2009

Adrenaline Rush.

I feel my heart pumping in my chest. It's racing. I'm out of breath, and I love it. It means I'm alive...and I don't just know I'm alive. I feel alive too. (There is a difference.)

The adrenaline makes me feel like a big bucket of cold water has suddenly been dumped on my head. Adrenaline is now like a drug to me, because I'm definitely addicted.

This is the way I want to feel every moment, every second. There isn't a better feeling in the world. It's never going to go away, this feeling, because I will hold onto it tight for the rest of my life. That's all that it takes. It's the way you feel. It's the feeling I get when I turn around and see your face.

2 comments:

chater said...

It is an early evolutionary adaptation to allow better coping with dangerous and unexpected situations.

Diego said...

Nice text, you describe emotions very well.