Life As A Writer

Michael Daaboul. 26 y/o from Australia/Melbourne. Digital Designer & Creative Writer.


It's Never Too Late Dad

Dad: I believe you're everything and more and I couldn't be happier of how you turned out. You may fall from time to time but like everything, the hardest parts of life take time to work out, requires hard work. All I ask is for you to do the best that you can. Don't disappear, don't be disheartened when you fail and celebrate your wins. It's never too late to change your life, read the signs and find something deep inside of you to feel what humanity has become numb to.
I don’t know anymore. It’s like I’m dreaming, and it’s like I am waking up from one. I obsess so much over you, I spent years pondering while you lived your life. All my thoughts, my feelings and ideas of you in a constant rewind inside of my mind. That’s all you are. A sequence that’s played over and over driving me mad. Exposing unhealthy emotions, ridiculous trickery of a fake fairytale. That’s all you are, inside of my mind; you’re make believe.
Michael Daaboul
You never fulfilled your dreams because you never believed. We had a future because we still had those who thought about hope. Hope did not guarantee success, but it made success possible. You turned to hope when it was the only thing left in this world that stayed with you long enough that believed in you.
Excerpt from The Series of Human Emotions By Michael Daaboul
I can tell you a story that makes no sense to me, but makes sense to you. How do you see yourself? How do you know your reflection is who you are? What if your eyes are deceiving you? What if an image of yourself isn’t really you? What if people pointed out that you looked like what you were seeing, but you weren’t really real? What if I told you that nothing else existed in this world but yourself and everything in this world is a result of your imagination? What if I told you that what I’m telling you right now isn’t even real, but it’s the truth?
Michael Daaboul