Once upon a dimension, there was a man born in a remote planet in the milky way galaxy. That planet for light years found no other significant life forms throughout it's piles upon piles of compound research. They got obsessed and soon fed their imagination to reality, by making movies and writing books that gave different description of other life forms around the endless universe itself.
from a tender age this boy soon to become a man got intrigued about the billions of stars in the universe which may or may not hold the possibility of life.
The young lad asked himself,
"could it be they exist and we cannot see them? Or we can but not reach them?
Hypnotized by the necklace of adventure, he became the living proof of extraterrestrial infatuation.
One day after many years of incessant hard work. He took a walk to a common park not far from his lab.
As he sat at the bustop bench, he looked around to observe people from all directions doing things that he took for granted. Its like he was visible for people to notice him, but the things he did were unlike what others did. He pictured himself having a picnic on the sun while others have agreed that it is impossible to even get close. He sees himself traveling light years in seconds, but Einstein proved nothing can travel faster than the speed of light. As the twist went on and on, he gently closed his heavy eyes and for the last time, final breath.
After so many hours, late at night, when all men were busy resting. A security officer who happened to be on duty flashed his torch on the corpse of the old man and asked,
"who's this person still here at this time of the night?"
A man who saw time as more than a dimension. Who trod on the path of impossibility and slept in the barn of curiosity
A man who riddicle the mighty laws of physics with his galactic mind and imagination
Like the billions of stars across the universe, each on its own is like no other. That man in our world, was a stranger.