Heartbreaks are perceptive, don't you think? It entirely depends on how you choose to see it. But then again, what isn't? If one doesn't wish to see things in a particular way, how much can you force? And how far would you really go to prove a point once you know that there is no point, really. But what is more important is how you define "pointlessness". What is your edge of intensity relating to pointlessness and despair?
How much is one willing to risk? How much can you rely on power: uni-dimensional or interdependent...? Can you help but include an added viewpoint to a certain established fact/notion when you have access to a meta-realization?
Sometimes, you can't help but have a whirlpool of unanswered questions in your head. And as much you possess the answers within your subconscious, articulating it out sometimes gets harder than you imagine.
I know. Does that suffice really?
p.s- The funniest thing: My hair is moody. When I'm being a crankpot, it gets curly and wavy, and when I'm in a good chirpy mood, it gets straight. I swear, I wouldn't make up something as surreal as, being the skeptic that I am. (haha, skeptic, not really, just fashionably questioning really, but whose counting on the technicality?)