Another day of that same lifeless routine. I don't even remember the last time I ever laughed. It's amazing that I used to say stuff like, 'I'll make the world a better place.'
Who was I kidding, this world can't be changed, we are destined to be ruined. Destruction shall ultimately be our fate. To think that anybody could save this world, where people are reluctant to even follow the rules, is insane even as an idea.
And just as I was saying this, I saw a little girl running somewhere. She accidentally hit a trash can on the way and even though she seemed like she was in a hurry, she immediately restored the trash can back to its initial state and took off the very next second. I was a bit curious as to why she went out of her way to undo her mistake. I mean kids aren't supposed to be nice these days.
The scene I saw next was very uplifting. Of course, that's not what I thought about it at that time. There were children, and not a few but many, with tools in their hands and smiles on their faces. They were cleaning a wrecked entity and it looked like they were about to plant some plants and flowers there. I looked around to see if someone was instructing them and yes I saw someone, but she was not just ordering them but having fun with them as an equal.
At this point, I had a whole bunch of stuff to ask these kids. But before I could say anything I saw a kid trying to dig up a big wrecked rock to plant a tree there. Other kids tried to stop him by saying that he might get hurt. But he just turned around and with a big smile on his face said, 'Hey, that's what losers say.'
This was it, a whole new generation of heroes.
I might have been blinded by all the politics and other selfishness, that's why I wasn't able to see this, this side of the world.
And just like anyone would've, I went forward and helped him take out that big rock. Or to be honest, I was forced by their enthusiasm to do so.