About Yourself ✨✨

The essence of knowledge is, having it, applying it, not having it, and confessing your ignorance.✨✨✨✨✨✨

“I have understood a lot this year. I have learned a lot about discomfort and grief, but also about joy and enjoyment. I have learned that sometimes, even those seemingly contradictory feelings can coexist. And I have felt a ton. Sometimes all at once, sometimes nothing at all, and sometimes I have felt all at once and nothing at all, simultaneously. And I have learned about good and bad but also about the void that exists in between. I realized that not everything is black and white, and the world is so much more beautiful and optimistic because of that. I have learned a lot about self-love and self-care. And how long the journey is. And how much I still have left of that journey. How you can try to distract yourself from the real difficulty by making parodies and avoiding life, how you can try to convince yourself that you are worthy, beautiful, and enough, but all that will be for nothing unless you take an action that reflects your observations. I have also learned a lot about loneliness and how it can cause physical pain to you. Respectively, I have learned how it can be so much worse not to feel lonely; how loneliness can numb you into believing that you will always be mentally and physically alone. How people you never thought would leave did. However, being alone is not something to be ashamed to concede. The fortune that you get from spending time alone is much more fulfilling than the one from investing your time in superficial relationships which only function as a mirage for loneliness. And how sometimes sunsets are your only friend, and that is so much more than okay. I have learned how minutes after even the most beautiful sunset, a hurricane can come out of nowhere and destroy everything; sometimes, there is no structure, and there is no reason for something. How you can spend time endlessly trying to find a reason, but sometimes there is simply none. How life will kick you down, and how you feel like you will not survive until you do. I have learned how it is always, always darkest before dawn. But first and foremost, I have learned that you must stop waiting for the sun to rise and realize that you were the sun all along.”

By Peace Truth

Life is like a bunch of roses. Some sparkle like raindrops. Some fade when there's no sun. Some just fade away in time. Some dance in many colors. Some drop with hanging wings. Some make you fall in love. The beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Life you can be sure of, you will not get out ALIVE.(sorry about that)