Rated: E · Short Story · Other · #2289714
Story about cold wind
|The cold wind howled through the empty streets, whipping through the alleys and rattling the windows of the abandoned buildings. It was a bitter, unforgiving wind, carrying with it the promise of a long, harsh winter.|
As the wind swept through the city, it seemed to carry with it a sense of loneliness and despair. The once bustling streets were now empty, the only sound the mournful cry of the wind.
One man, bundled up against the cold, trudged through the deserted streets. He had always been drawn to the wind, to the raw power and energy it possessed. But as he walked, he couldn't shake the feeling that the wind was trying to tell him something.
He paused, looking up at the grey sky. "What are you trying to tell me?" he shouted, his voice lost in the wind.
And as if in response, a voice seemed to whisper in his ear, "You can't control me, but you can learn to flow with me." It was an ancient voice, the voice of Heraclitus, the philosopher who believed that change was the only constant in life.
The man stood there for a moment, contemplating the words. And as the wind continued to howl around him, he realized that he had been fighting against the wind, instead of learning to flow with it.
He smiled, feeling a sense of peace and understanding wash over him. He knew that the wind would continue to blow, but he would face it with a new sense of acceptance and resilience.
He pulled his coat tighter around him and set off into the wind, ready to embrace the change that was to come.