You are traveling in a car. Perhaps you are driving. Perhaps you are not. There’s a passenger. Perhaps there are more. You are looking straight ahead into the horizon, to the wide sky, feeling content. You notice the clouds are beautiful, very beautiful, voluminous, thick white, and kind of like strings. The sky is clear. The more you look, the more fascinating the cloud pattern becomes. It’s very peculiar. You have never seen clouds like that. You are taking out your phone to snap pictures. You are also saying something to the passengers. Perhaps it’s a passenger. You are saying “look at those amazing clouds”. She looks up and is now riveted to the sky.
The stringy clouds are now moving rapidly and getting thicker. You are now chasing the clouds and have forgotten about your planned destination. The road you are traveling is wide. A few lanes on your right and left. Perhaps a highway.
Now the clouds are noisy, a humming noise. They are now dancing perhaps. They turn and twist and curl and roll and shrink and stretch. You can now make out a shape. Like a moving dragon! Picture those dragons you see during Chinese new year celebrations. And now, imagine the drums.
It’s now pretty loud. The cloud, no! the dragon is moving swiftly. It’s still white. It’s still string-like. It’s still cloud-like. It’s huge, spreading the sky, and it’s swift and loud. It’s now pouncing.
There’s now another presence. You earlier didn’t notice it perhaps. You don’t clearly see it. Perhaps it’s another cloud-like creature. What you see is the dragon fiercely attack this other presence — loudly, fearlessly, mercilessly, with force. That presence is chopped into pieces.
By now you are out of the car, standing perfectly still, head tilted up, riveted to the action of the of that unknown on another unknown. There are lots of other cars on the road, bodies standing outside their cars looking up, just like you. There’s no sound from the road, not a cry, not a sigh, not even a draw breath. The sky is loud, the road is silent.
The stringy clouds are reversing its steps.
Now complete silence.
Now you are told, “the dragon cloud is you”.
You are also told “all the standing bodies on the road are you too”.