Time is never be determined in exact way in Hakarah Forest. One hour is not always 60 minutes and 1 day is not always 24 hours. Children of Hakarah forest believe that time is run by The Supreme Divine and it is never man’s course to rule. The moment people try to measure the time, the more they are caught up in themselves. By the power of The Supreme Divine, nature will tell the time to men. Time is never consumed because time is there.
Isaiah had passed many days and nights, and he was a strong and never a bashful child. His dark skin was cherished by the sun and the depth of his blue eyes was praised by the wind. Every start of the morning, Isaiah walked through the wood to his mother, Mundini. There, he sat by Mundini and layed his hand on the surface of the love. They talked in their voice of heart circularly. At that moment, the grass and the trees were trying to comprehend both of them, the wind was laughing and teasing them but they never succeed to stop or to hear what they were not supposed to. Nature was working in their own way to keep the line.
On one day, Mundini devised, “Since the day you were born, you has always known who you are. Paint your way up, my son, but never roll the dice. Look for your other eyes.” Isaiah then for the last time, laid himselves inside the Mundini, and sang,
“There is never once the love of the mother hurts
and never once the tear is a sorrowful song
Endless prayers is never be a long journey
I am growing inside you and because of you
Never abandon me, my blissful one
As I shall never be”
Then Mundini left the forest and disappeared from the sight of the nature. All in Hakarah forest were shed in tears, and cried “There will be no birth in Hakarah forest, no more.” Since that time, Hakarah forest was never a song, only silence marked that magical place. The sun cried and hid her face. From now on, people only can see the back of the sun, as the the forest beckoned her. No one in the world ever remembered the children of Hakarah forest.
That was what he told me in one evening. He said, “By the time you reach your 15, you should have recollected everything beyond your life.”
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