Knowing that in the end, everything will be alright. Knowing that everything will end up how it is supposed to be, where it is supposed to be, and when it is supposed to be
Then, why? Why do we, as humans, have to go through obstacles and adversities and hurdles to get to the end, just so we can see that everything will be where it is supposed to be?
Why do we, as humans, struggle and fight this life every day just to end up being ‘alright’?
I feel as if this is when mindset comes in.
You’re going to have lousy and cheap days. You’re going to have the days where every little thing goes wrong. So, you think to yourself . . I have the wrong mindset. I’ll just become more optimistic.
No, you’re incorrect.
Becoming more positive for a day, just so things will seem to go right, is incorrect.
However, being positive, day in and day out, no matter what curves come at you . . . Now that is correct. Being positive, no matter what. No matter the situation.
And not just when you have a difficult day.
So, do what you can, with what you have, where you are. These days, they past. And these days, are inevitable. They are certain. They are sure to come and you are sure to be here.
These days, please take note, will be the best days. As long as these days are merry, and you are merry, and you understand that you can do what you can, with what you have, where you are.
“May every sunrise hold more promise, and every sunset hold more peace.”
I think the people who are tired of the life they live reiterate the constant pressure to get things done in a certain way or by a certain time day in and day out. They’re on edge about the life that they live.
It’s exhausting, I know.
These people, they try to be optimistic when things go wrong. They know that life will throw hardships and they live their life expecting it. They live their life knowing dreadful things will happen, so they are on edge. And when these dreadful things come, they think they will just get over it. That there are always rainbows after the rain.
Why can’t the rain be portrayed as a rainbow?
Why can’t the rain be a positive viewpoint?
Rain is merely a symbol. For some, it’s a symbol that better things are coming. For others, it’s a symbol that waters the grounds that have been in a drought or a symbol that waters the crops that have had a thirst for weeks.
Have the symbol that the rain waters these grounds. Have the symbol that the rain solely brings joy.
Be that person.
I’ve been thinking about this for a few weeks now. Things happen, and I find myself dwelling on them hours, days, and even weeks later. I forget a jacket in the cold. I get rained on. I run out of daylight to get things done. I fail a test. I get betrayed.
There is so much more to life than this.
We must bring our own light to the darkness.
Find that the cold is a time to drink a cup of coffee. Find that the rain is a time to water the Earth. Find that the darkness is a time to rest, a time to dream. Find that your failure is another chance to get something else right, another chance to learn. Find that an argument is nonetheless more than to bring you closer.
And find that love is everywhere.
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