Cognizance || 2016/02/11 / Insanity. ------------------------ What's insanity? Maybe the key to its answer's hidden in a dozen of questions. To reach the essential answer, can you really ask the right question? What makes a question special, what makes it sense-filled? Furthermore, I believe the question could be reached, however, it'd have a handy trial of questions beforehand. For it to be 'the' question. Then again, alone a question is meaningless if answered. Why do you think questions exist? To be answered or to be lived? I ask again, what's insanity? Is it a way of living or way of surviving? Could it be both? But surviving is a couple of hardships lived through. Can 'insanity' be the storm you have to survive? A struggle you can never feel, never touch or smell. Alone it sounds just like 'wind' filled with oxygen. The calamity hidden in the air. That small, flyin' insect you watch in the swirl of the storm. A result, maybe, of what things are and what things were made into. But before answering, what's insanity, isn't it more fitting to answer - what's sanity?