So, I’m sure most of you have some sort of therapy for yourself when you feel low or really depressed in life, or when it’s just one of those days where you feel like blurghh! You know what I mean?
Anyways, wanna know whats my therapy?
That’s right, crying.
It is honestly the best emotion that I’ve ever felt, except for love, and I’m not even sure I’ve felt love. But seriously, if I don’t cry like ever 2 weeks or so, I feel bloated, like there’s this heavy weight in my stomach, and sometimes like Atlas, carrying the weight of the world on my shoulders. That’s too much for a 17 year old, don’t you think? But sometimes its just hard to cry, I mean I want to cry, but the tears don’t fall, I literally need to push them out.
But, I’m not sad, I accept the fact that whatever had to happen would happen, because it was what was meant to happen, and God willed it to happen. But still, sometimes that just gets hard to accept.
“I was not delivered into this world in defeat nor does failure flow through my veins. I am not a sheep waiting to be prodded by my shepherd. I am a lion and I refuse to talk, walk, to merge with the sheep. I will not hear those who weep and complain for their thoughts are contagious. Let them join the sheep. The slaughterhouse of failure…Is not my destiny.”
"We impose meaning on the chaos of our lives. We create form, morality, order. It's a choice we have to make every second of every minute of every day." -Batman
A stumbling block to the pessimist is a stepping stone to the optimist.
The key is falling in love with something, anything. If your heart’s attached to it, then your mind will be attached to it. When you have a passion for something then you tend not only to be better at it, but you work harder at it too.