Another day ending…
We all have our ‘bed time routines’ and more often we stick to them without considering the day just passed.
Instead of thinking ‘just another day ending’ try thinking about what that day taught you. Try to think of everything that happened, all the conversations that you had, and all the problems that you faced and how you overcame them, no matter how small a problem it was.
Then think of all the things that you hope for in tomorrow.
Just another day ending……
What do you do when everything around you starts to crumble?
Everything you thought you know…changes.
You wonder if things would be different if you hadn’t of done this or that.
When things starts to crumble, you do what you can to keep things the same, to not let it show, to hide it. You find an escape, but you’re never there long enough to forget reality.
When things start to crumble, don’t panic.
You have to face the clouds, to find the silver lining…..
Change is always happening; A change of day, of time, of age…. The world is constantly changing…
So why is it always so difficult to accept?
When something changes from the way we liked it, it hurts. When someone isn’t around as much as they used to be or when someone turns out to be someone they’re not, or even when we have to change our plans…it hurts.
Change is always difficult.
But it has to happen.
Sometimes it simply improves what you were going to do in the first place, but other times it just ruins everything.
However change presents itself, just accept it. If it’s going to happen anyway, then don’t resist, that only makes it harder.
Apologies and Forgiving.
Why is it so hard for people to apologise for what they have done wrong to another person?
Sometimes even when they have given a sincere apology the other person won’t except.
That makes the person who has done something wrong feel even worse and they’re stuck in a vicious cycle of hate and sadness and revenge.
Instead of not accepting apologies, just accept them and move on. It’s in the past, get over it.
Instead of giving a half hearted apology, just do it properly. Say what you feel, it may be in the past, but that’s still important too.
To be loved is to be known, and to be known is to be loved.
Isn’t it strange to think that everyone we meet, influences the person that we become?
Every single experience we have, as simple as touch or as complex as conversation… It changes the smallest detail about us, that contributes to the biggest thing about us, our personality.
The way that we react to these experiences, changes the people we meet too.
“Nothing of me is original. I am the combined effort of everyone I’ve ever known.”—Chuck Palahniuk, Invisible Monsters
When you think of the bigger picture, the whole world is connected by a chain reaction of experiences with other people and other things.
People are all connected, all related by words and feelings.
But at the same time, all separate, all individual…
The problem with long-term relationships is that sometimes you so desperately want that person to be perfect, that often you ignore the things that aren’t ‘what you want’.
When they don’t understand you, it hurts because you build them up to be someone they’re not.
I think that when people are in relationships they should go in with no expectations, that way you don’t get hurt.