I was catching up with an old friend a few days ago, and she was talking about the internal struggles she was going through as she was taking major steps toward her new direction in life.
I told her, “Don’t be so hard on yourself. Everyone has bad days. And people like us, it can just happen, but it’s just our heads messing with us, filling us with fear.”
“It’s as if there’s an internal weather. When things are alright up there, it feels like you’re floating effortlessly in calm seas, and you can do anything. But when they’re not, it’s feels like you’re fighting not to drown in your doubts. And just like the weather, you don’t control when it happens - you just deal with it, until the storm passes. Or you find a friend to help you stay afloat. That’s why they say: just keep swimming.”
And that’s when she replied:
My God. They say the sea is 2/3rd of the Earth, but inside us, our hearts are an ocean.
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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.
Why do I feel like it's always the end of the world?