Have you ever felt so hurt and sad that the best feeling in the world was to cry it all out? Oh yeah, tons of times. It seems so easy, isn’t it? Being sad, hurting so bad that you turn numb, and crying. Crying a whole lot. It’s all too stupid, yet it’s all unavoidable. What a damnable life we all lead.
If only problem solvers could be delivered in a little black box right at our front door we’d live in a place full of rainbows and unicorns, but then we’d still live a meaningless life. So what is it really that people want? What is it that they live for? That makes them strive and push even farther? Crazy as it sounds, it’s all the same answer. The things that hurt us leads us to do more. Things change, and so do we. It’s so stupid how life can be so confusing and understandable at the same time.
We’re always gonna go back to questions like ‘Why me?’ or ‘What do I want?’ but at the end of the day we all have to face the hard truth. At a certain point in our life we break down and look up to that never ending blue and white and just blurt out, Why me?! Well genius, we all wouldn’t be asking ourselves that question if someone had the answer. Why does it have to be you that gets sent away/rejected? Why does it to be you that loses a job? Why does it have to be always always you? Well, who else is there? You’re in that situation because maybe that’s just the way life pans out for you. Good luck with that.
We all don’t know what we REALLY want, no matter how much we tell ourselves otherwise. One thing can make us happy and another can piss us off, but we still go through each day like it’s some hard ass equation. Taking into consideration this wonderful quote I read in this little cubicle at my mall’s restroom: Life is not a problem to be solved but a mystery to be lived.