Dear sad people,
I used to be just like you.
Until a few weeks ago, I couldn’t find any reason to be depressed. And now I simply don’t get it. I mean, the world’s beautiful; our lives are so action-packed. Where from is this sadness creeping upon us?
You might disagree with me and list out a bunch of reasons we should be gloomy about.
It hurts to see my friends like this. And this blog post is for people who feel the same.
I was one of you. And I been through a lot. It’s just that I don’t dwell upon those thoughts now. I’m looking for open doorways, and not regretting the ones I unintentionally closed.
I don’t know what or who brought this change in me but it definitely feels right.
I suffered from self-esteem issues, didn’t get along with people very well…
What I realized, is that self-esteem is a tenuous thing. People around us shape it. It’s like they are in control of ourselves. But, if you keep doing things their way, when will you do it your way. Listen to your inner voice. Only you are responsible for yourself. Only you. So don’t let people affect you in absolutely any way.
I bet most of haven’t discovered who we really are. We’re still in the process and that perfectly fine. Why be in a mad rush to grow up? Why not just live in the moment?
Some of you might not be able to get over people or things still hold you back or something. Forget your past, just accept it as experience. Be wise, know what to overlook. Let your past inspire you, teach you. Sometimes, criticism can be a favor in disguise. Or maybe just shift perspective. By doing this, problems seem less complex and you’ll feel better.
Here’s an amazing quote from Dr.Seuss:
Stay the way you are.