It might be wrong because I’m bedridden at the moment, taken down with a bit of flu, but I do believe that I have this permanent feeling like the world is about crumble down. Being bed-bound has left me with time - too much, I must say - and got me thinking about events that have been going on around me these past few weeks (eg. Brother getting engaged, other brother having a new baby, current company where I’m working is folding, parents with health issues, my discovery as to why I’m not in a relationship, my adamant stance on not wanting kids of my own, etc., etc.)
Any normal person will not lose sleep over these things. These are non-issues really but I just can’t stop replaying them in my head over and over. I even messaged an old friend on Facebook this morning which, at first, was only supposed to be a hi-what’s-up-with-your-life-now sort of message since we haven’t chatted in months. But then I ended it with a P.S. of my non-issues. All 6 of them exactly as stated above. She replied with an offer of a meeting over coffee which I cannot agree to at the moment. She probably worried about me at the sight of that unusual hello.
I don’t know why I even bother with these things. I’d like to just get on with my day not having to be bothered with thoughts of my life in general.
Hopefully, maybe - fingers crossed - it’s just the flu messing with my head.
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Happiness Is A Mere Perspective
You know why depression exists? It is because happiness exists as well. And every negative has its corresponding positive.
In The Geography of Bliss, someone says that one should contemplate death five minutes a day to be happy.
What to do when the front cover of an old paperback rips off? Use it as a bookmark, of course!