The Process of Self-Discovery and Resiliency

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Tangled indeed are my thoughts and emotions, not to mention the pressure of seeing time pass by so fast that everything blurs and the next thing you’d feel, you’re running out of time. But I actually think I still manage to keep my..self together. ♦

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The Process of Self-Discovery and Resiliency

The Heart Wants What it Wants

We always need to work hard for the things we want. There is something that makes us want it even more. The easy ones that come, not that it’s not challenging or what, is just something we don’t desire for. And I mean most of the time because for some reason we always choose complications. It’s the path we choose unintentionally. We don’t want those complications but fighting for the things we love makes it worth it. It makes us feel that we deserve it and most especially, gives us the happiness that our hearts long for.

The Heart Wants What it Wants

It gets better

The past cannot be undone but we cannot say that our efforts has been wasted. We made choices that we thought would last, choices that once put us in a blissful state. Those efforts and choices-that-was-once-right has lead us to become more aware and more knowledgeable of what we could actually do. Life improves gradually as long as we have enough patience but what’s important is now and the future. You just need to focus on your game plan and stick with it because in a world of possibilities, you can make a lot of wins – better memories and better decisions with better people for a better life.

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Deep Thoughts of the Day: Maybe

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We push people away because of fear. Fear of getting hurt, being mistreated, disloyalty and unrequited feelings such as love. We try to hide but still it hurts us in different ways only we, ourselves can understand and the limit plus the pressure affects us in a way that our minds couldn’t handle. Overthinking it, driving us crazy. Torturing our minds of ‘what ifs’ and ‘what could have been’. ‘Maybe’ might be the word to describe it. It’s not as good as a yes but it’s better than a no. It can be a temporary answer to your questions but it could turn into a yes, an acceptance, depending upon how we respond. We try so hard to seek for a deeper meaning but what lies before our eyes we couldn’t see. We are blinded as we bombard our thoughts with doubts and truths are made unknown. It takes time for us to realize as this barrier called fear holds us back until it’s too late. But it’s never too late. Love demands to be felt as much as pain, within yourself and with others. Pain is just one of the ways how it gets through to you to let you know it is real. It is there. It is the reason. It doesn’t require you to be amenable but it wants you to be. We want no compunction and so we train our minds that everything happens for a reason. But it’s not coincidence for those reasons are our eye openers. To learn. To see better. For our own good. But before anything else, remember not to neglect the happy parts of being with only yourself. Learn to love your imperfections. Self-acceptance is as important as knowing who to value and who to trust the same way you value and trust yourself. Know that we are all vulnerable and fragile individuals taking a risk to find genuine happiness. You yourself know what you want and there’s a lot to learn and to discover that may lead you to what you’re looking for. Open up, speak your mind and jump in the pool of possibilities. ❤

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