Sometimes we see happiness as a whole that should never be imperfect or fragmented.
When we're kids we're prepared to be happy. As we grow up we assign certain emotions to acts, often going from one extreme to the other and not realizing there's a balance in life; a way that
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Sometimes you feel everything at once.
Imagine a tiny explosion in your chest. With it, all of your strongest emotions surface. Your past blends with now and now pulls the future and hands it over to you. You suddenly embrace your dreams, fears, all of it. You see the exact moments
Happy Birthday to me and everyone who's ever had a birthday happen to them!
Congratulations! You're born. You've come so far! Whooo!
So dear me (and you), here are some thoughts:
Everything has some goodness in it, no matter how you feel at the moment.
You can be angry or frustrated but it
Someone asked me what I do when I need hope so I made a list:
If it's not a temporary feeling, I talk to someone and tell them what I'm worrying about and I actually let them comfort me. I try not to argue because that's not the point. Just
This begins as a cute story and turns into a touching reminder of what we often forget to do as adults.
The advice this little boy gives is probably what we always hear about closure, anxiety and fear but somehow his words are heartwarming.
I guess when it's communicated through the language