Bottles and airplanes

What about going to the end of the world to write for help?

Let’s change the rules for that practice of sending messages in bottles through the sea.

Let’s write some words on paper. Go to the edge — where the world ends, crumble the paper to make a ball, and through it into the abyss.

Wait! Let’s fly the words instead.

Make a paper airplane with your letter and fly it over the abyss.

Which of them have more possibilities to reach a receiver, the message in the bottle floating on the sea, or the paper airplane flying in the sky?

What would make you more surprised, a paper airplane flying back with an answer or a new bottle with a message reply coming in a sea wave?

I’m waiting for an answer.



Adolfo Ramírez Corona

Author, psychotherapist, coach—Human behavior, UX, media & audiences—Father, husband, meditator—Courses & coaching:—More