We're diamonds taking shape
- Mar 23, 2014
I believe everything we go through is part of our life and makes us who we are. We get disappointments, we face rejection, we fail, we had bad moments. But we also have nice memories, success, friendship. Nothing will be perfect or it might seem perfect just for yourself, it depends on the way you see it. I believe on seeing each sunrise as a gift and to treasure every moment when I'm happy and to learn from or forget the bad moments. I try to stay positive because I don't find any purpose on seeing the negative side of life; I don't know what I'd be doing at this moment of my mind was full of those thoughts. The sad moments in my life have taught me to keep moving forward and to show to myself that I can be as happy as I want with the things and people I have in my life.So today is one of these days were I am asking myself again, what is the purpose of living through every day ?
When I was younger I used to have a motivation for living and I used to think that every day and year brings you closer to your life's goals and that once you reach a certain point, everything will be better. It was as if I was working towards something but along the way found out that there isn't really such a thing, and now it feels like it's just a hamster wheel that you're stuck on for the next 60 years or so. And sometimes I feel like all the nice things like going to concerts or travelling are just momentary distractions from this inescapable routine.
And it seems to be the same with human relationships in general (by that I mean any kind, also friendships etc.). What is the purpose if they always seem to involve rejection or hurt or disappointment ?
I'm just sometimes so sick of life in general....
Maybe, this post doesn't make sense but what I'm trying to say is don't try to make sense of life just because everyone does it. Look for your strength inside you, find your happiness in the things, moments and people you have around you but don't rely just on them. It might sound weird to say but "when you see it you'll understand" not everything is just black and white, there are lots of colors we can't identify yet, we need time to find them.
Sending you a big hug