muskaan___@sidd_the_weirdo though we can't deny the fact that no matter what, we actually have to face the worldly affairs.... Taking apart few moments we can definately realise the best path for ourselves!
Sitting in the class, but mentally lost. I didn't know where i wanted to be. I felt like as if i belong to no where. Nothing was ready to accept me or maybe i was denying every piece of truth. I just wanted to end my sufferings. I wanted to end those flashbacks. I wanted to end us. I wanted to end myself. Nothing felt safe, nothing felt peaceful, nothing brought peace to my soul. But i knew, i couldn't just give up. So i held on to my suffering, went through the same torture everyday, until i... i finally decided to let go of everything. To this day, i don't know how exactly i gathered so much courage, but i did. I thought i had lost it, but i remained focused, because to me, only my peace mattered. I had been living in a box, and just wanted to escape from all my sufferings and looked for peace in all four corners when it was just waiting for me outside. I remember, how helpless i felt inside. How i thought life had no purpose and i should probably end it. And i'm so glad that i didn't. Even though life isn't perfect and not everything turns out as planned, i've now learned to accept things as they are, without the desire to modify them; and that's the most positive change i've noticed in myself so far. @writersnetwork@mirakee@mirakeeworld@readwriteunite@writersworld18 #stepoutsidethebox#makepeace#forgiveyourself#peacematters#youareworthit#letsendthesufferings#liveyourlife#onelife#peace#pod
We get so comfortable with our misery and sadness that when the tough times have passed we do not know what to do anymore. It feels like without those negative parts, that we accepted as our identity, we are nothing. As if, we no longer have a purpose. We feel lost, disturbed by the peace, the happiness, no matter how deserving we are of it. Why? Perhaps, it is because we accept the bad times and the negativity to be permanent because they remained consistent in our lives. We measure their consistence by sewing every little, relevant, irrelevant, connected, unconnected, bad thing into a single fabric of sadness. And that makes unlearning difficult. It might take a while, and it might be overwhelming to truly be alright after the storm, but accept the good that comes your way because you are deserving of it.