An average life, unraveled and unbound. What would you do with unlimited freedom?
Beautiful blue skies framed by lush trees and a glorious valley stretched out beneath my feet. The land went on forever, because I wanted it to. Calling me, the world bekoned me. Yearned that I roam it and scour every nook and cranny existing. And I could. I can do anything.
My teeth chattered, though the breeze was hardly chilling. The birds in the sky disappeared at my will; I wanted nothing to interfere with this landscape I had conjured up.
I distantly pondered where I had taken myself to, but it hardly mattered. Where I was, nothing mattered. Nothing ever mattered, and nothing had to ever matter again, if I wanted it not to.
And I so wanted it not to.
After all, I had everything now. I could leave my old life behind. I mustered up the courage to step out onto the world in my mind.