We speak to each other like actors address an audience that hides in the theater darkness. You need not see it, to know it’s there. You hear the reaction, the murmuring after a line, the laughter. You feel the warmth of its breath and smell the perspired wisdom that sunk into the velvet seats. Raise the curtains and step into the world. Play as if it’s your first time; live life as it is your only life. Imagine you are covered under a warm blanket on a chilly autumn morning, wondering how warm or cold it is outside. Then get up, put your clothes on and go out. Only then you will know. It may not change your life, but it can change your day.