Maybe our favorite quotations say more about us that about the stories and people we’re quoting ~John Green
Whoa is me. That statement could well describe a typical opening line to someone you want to express yourself to.
When we are worried or lonely or upset about something, many of us seek our relief by gravitating towards confort foods. We crave mashed potatoes and gravy, ice cream or heavy, fat and not so healthy, laden favorites from childhood to soothe our fragile state of mind. Later though, when things are looking up, we often regret our indulgence in “confort” that wasn’t all that healthy.
Writing, explaining and telling the world of our pain, glory and success is of the same process. We are humans. We need to communicate to explain and express what our emotions lead us. We need to ease our state of mind.
But the ” poor pitiful me” attitude may grind the listener. The rejoicing of wonderful happenings may bring on green envy. Everyone must deal with dissapointments and sucess in life. The receiver of your news is the one that makes or breaks you. After a while you realize that no matter your course in life you are the only one that should know the quality of your life, is happy or not. No matter what is happening, or has happened you are the architect. So build and enjoy. Follow your Karma.
“Then, she began to breathe, and live, and every moment took her place where goodbyes were hard to come by. She was in love, but not in love with someone or something, she was in love with her life, and for the first time, in a long time, everything was inspiring.”~R.M. Drake