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LOSING PEOPLE ISN’T LOSING

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Every person who enters your life has a special mission. They either make you appreciate life even more or teach you a valuable lesson that shapes and motivates you to become a better individual.

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LOSING PEOPLE ISN’T LOSING

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Losing a friend is one of the most painful things that could ever happen to your life. It will really break your heart and change the way you think about relationships and people. It will make you doubt about people’s ability to understand others and their situations. I realized that the kind of relationship that we have with our friends today is nothing but a superficial connection between two individuals who have mutual interests and perspectives. You could be friends with a certain individual for years and have a strong bond that (you thought) could stand the test of time, but when a difficult time comes, and the circumstances aren’t going well for both of you, the bond isn’t strong enough to accept each other’s shortcomings. Truth be told, but people can be very uncompromising

As years pass by, your priorities and condition change, and sadly, these things seriously affect your relationship with your friends because you’re used to do things side by side. You help solve each other’s mess and even decide on certain matters together. Your closeness is made even stronger by the similarities in your beliefs and dispositions in life. It’s such a shame that distance and life’s vicissitudes make friends grow apart. You thought you already understand everything until a friendship is ruined. It makes you understand how life really works. It makes you realize that there are no permanent people in your life. Every person who enters your life has a special mission. They either make you appreciate life even more or teach you a valuable lesson that shapes and motivates you to become a better individual.

The hurt that you get from a broken friendship gives you an opportunity to reflect on yourself and change what needs to be changed. It’s truly difficult but, sometimes, we need those people to make us realize that we are wrong, selfish and careless. There are certain realities that need to be accepted, and it is during these times when you realize that you grow and learn best through your very own adversities in life. It allows you to keep an open mind about your surroundings, which makes you a person who understands the reason behind other people’s words, actions and emotions.

It’s just sad that we have to go through this kind of test as we get older. It really gets worse before it gets better. Maybe next time that we build a new relationship with other people, we’d be more careful and understanding. Misunderstandings and small conflicts will be there, but we just need to see the good in every situation to make our relationships work and our lives better.

 

 

 

 

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26, Trying

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Life changes at 26. You become more aware of the things you never cared for when you were 25. You begin to love new things, places and people. Your insights and interests are now based on your circumstances and not because the society tells you so. You still have your own conflicts but you learn how to deal with them. You begin to understand people and their own conduct and situation. Sometimes, you become selfless, but there are times when you fight for your worth, and your indecisiveness will bear more confusion and hate but you no longer allow others to interfere with your life. You know now that promises can’t be kept at all times and that’s okay. You learn to give chances to people and to yourself. You know too well that you cannot really trust anyone in this world but you still do, because you realized that since people have their own unique battles, the only thing that you could give to them, more than mere respect and understanding, is your genuine trust. You let go of people and feelings, and feelings towards people. You do not hold on for so long anymore. Lying is still a bad thing, but still the best option sometimes. You learn how to say sorry when you are wrong. You realize that love isn’t a real thing until you really experienced how to be loved dearly and clearly. And it’s a completely different feeling.

Now, you really are becoming a better version of yourself, and you know that people might not understand what’s happening within you. This is just the beginning so do not stop trying. Even if they leave you behind, do not stop trying. Even if they choose to ignore you, let it all happen, because at 26, life is trying to show you which paths to take. It gives you now the subtle options as to what kind of person you ought to be, and it depends on you and how you see and deal with the situation around you.  You’ll be surprised to see the kinds of people your soul is being attached to. People will define you but it does not matter, and it will never matter in the end. Just make more mistakes and learn from them. No one can truly know life so just live it the way you want it and learn from everything that will not work. Do not listen to people when it comes to yourself. They will never know.

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My Side of England

I can see gray clouds on top of me, moving swiftly, clouding over abruptly. Creating an illusion that only I can spy, like things that matches saplings and lively conifers nearby.  I can see the ha…

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My Side of England

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I can see gray clouds on top of me, moving swiftly, clouding over abruptly. Creating an illusion that only I can spy, like things that match saplings and lively conifers nearby. 

I can see the hands of the trees that happily wave at me, with varying shades of brown, juniper and hunter green. The birds on top fly in a chaotic jumble, and at times slapped by the wild winds and dusts right before my very eyes.

I can see scenic rooftops and chimney stacks that look familiar, and walls made up of cold bricks and old, styling moss. The windows are layered with white plain curtains and wooden blinds, which cast only moving shadows every night.

I can see the faraway horizon from my dusty glass window, but not the very object that’s suppose to rise and set on it. And every shrubbery and landscaped vistas seem to conceal, the existing life and beauty that await, and that are hidden from me.

I can see the danger and beauty of emptiness wherever I go. From the noiseless streets that slowly and silently kill my mind and soul; and to the complex roads and lonely distant paths I take, which somehow tell me to get lost and stay.

I wonder how this desolation can become so pleasant to bear, in a matter of three hundred and something olding days. Where stillness brings vibrance to my dull and hectic hours, this, probably is the kind of England that I truly love.

Insideamoronsbrain, 21 Feb 17