One fan wrote this in the comments section: "Close your eyes, and then imagine. You are falling deep, in a dark bottomless pit. It is already 2 miles down, and you are no longer panicking. And then, you look up. You see a small, bright, white light; when you put your hands up, you can still vividly feel the warmth of the sun. You know that there is no way back up; you only have what's left. And then you realize you've been doing it all wrong; that you always see the world as what's missing, instead of what's already there. Constantly struggling to find what is invisible, only to feel remorse that the things you once had are now gone, and you never really cherish, appreciate, or be thankful for it. Then, you closed your eyes. You try to appreciate what's left. The gently rushing wind from below, the silence, the peace, and solitude. Abundance diminishes appreciation; it is only from darkness that we can truly cherish the light. You try to appreciate the time, for how little you have left; for every seconds of consciousness you have. And then, you smiled a little bit."