Many of us, students and young adults assume that success is the amount of money and the number of material things we possess, which makes us hustle for them. In this process of hustling for tomorrow’s success, do we forget about today’s happiness?
You get to choose with whom and who you want to be. You get to toss away the thoughts and habits that aren’t serving you, and try and manifest some new ones you can. You can match your actions with that highest most exquisite version of yourself and see yourself change everyday. It is well and easy to love the light within and around you. However, can you reveal your darkness and have others love it as well?
Inanimate objects hold duality and the viewer’s perspective highlights the prominent side. The mirror could be a relic of self beauty for some. But, for a few, it could merely be a reflection of what they hate the most. I fall in the latter category, but this isn’t a hateful note oozing with resentment. It is a monologue of sorts. The lack of response hinders me from calling it a conversation.
To love is to risk. In a world filled with fake smiles and empty promises, what does it really mean to be alone? What does it mean to step off the cliff of surety, when love leads to loss?
Hug me , say its okay
Tell me I’m not the one to blame
Help me fight these night monsters
Free me from these tumultuous thoughts
Did you know? Sadness is the most long-lasting emotion of all.
In a world of perputual hustle, it is also the most common emotion. People say, if you try hard enough, you’ll you be fine or that time will heal sadness, but is that really true?