It’s so hard to keep yourself distant from people and
society, they always reel you back in. I still haven't figured out if it’s a
good thing or not, till now I've only experienced bad. I guess, I'm obviously
exaggerating. But my point is I know
that this life is a software, and that it’s only for me to work on myself and
build myself... But whenever something bad happens (or at least I think it’s
bad) I get so tensed and agitated, that I forget my purpose of existence.
All the sudden that "problem" is everything, my
whole life revolves around it, trying to fix it or deal with it somehow. I get
so involved in it, that when I step ‘aside’, I realize how silly it all really
is, and that I should actually be laughing about all this.
So if, for a person like me, who is so detached (most of the times) and who
knows her purpose very clearly and who (I’d like to think) is stable and
settled mentally, can get so bogged down by these trifle issues, how will a
lost earthling react to theirs???
It really upsets me sometimes when I think about death. I believe in afterlife
and in God’s existence, so it doesn’t scare me to leave this universe and enter
the next… But what upsets me is that the people who have no faith and no hope
in anything other than themselves, how would they take death? Are they scared?
Do they think it’s the end of their existence? Or do they just choose not to think about it?
The whole aim of this article was for us to realize.
Not any specific thing, just everything. What might seem to us so bad and
horrible, might not actually be all that. And maybe others see the same thing
in another perspective. And maybe, your happiest thoughts are someone’s worst.
Back to the topic, why do I get the ‘my-life-couldn’t-get-any-worse’ feelings
whenever I have some issue, may it be a fight, a friend, a thought, a love, an
idea, anything. Why do I get so emotional?
I’m obviously a sensitive person, and things might affect me more than they do
to some. But I guess it’s a good thing,
that I feel so much. It’ll probably come in handy, maybe in my writing or
decision making in life!
And for those of you out there in the world, who feel too much (more than
needed) I hope you also realize that this is a gift that we share, and we
should use it, not block it.