I’ve been browsing through Instagram for a long time and specifically, I follow “thegoodquote.co” because of their highly relate-able quotes that hits me in the heart many many times. So I just thought I would share a few with you.
There’s just that something when you read something that means something (haha). I guess that’s what makes us humans… Our abilities to feel, and embrace our emotions. And the way words can hit certain part of your heart, mind, and soul. It still confuses me how and why a set of words or a simple sentence can be so powerful but hey, call it art. Somethings we don’t have to comprehend but just go along with.
In times where I have been so low and down and well, just depressed, I find comfort in reading quotes (sad or happy), just so I know that it is possible to explain some feelings into words but most importantly, whoever wrote the quotes in the first place must have experienced the same as me also.
So, in my current emotional state, I just want to say, make the most of your day and enjoy everything and anything.
ps. For those who know that I sign off with a “ta ta for now”, I think it’s cooler to say peace instead LOL.
Here’s Mumford & Sons – I Will Wait
A song which means a lot for me when I have said “I will wait for you.” Sometimes I think perhaps my time is wasted on waiting for someone who wouldn’t wait for me.
I have lost the fight
Fallen to inner demons
The voices have won
Stay strong. Don’t give in. Persevere. I know you can do it. If you don’t try then you will never know.
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You took my beating heart
Placed it in your palm
And held it tight
Rinsing it dry
’till it beat no more
’till silence fell down
But my soul still sore
So I slept ’till I could sleep no more
So I drank ’till I could drink no more
And I smoked ’till I could not breathe any more
Longing to forget.
I’m not strong enough
I can’t pretend any more
I feel so alone
© Copyright – All rights reserved – uncertaincuriousity.wordpress.com – Dec 15, 2014
So… From my previous post Stress Buster: Part II, This final post are a few ways as to how I deal with stress – both bad and good ways. For me, one way to relief the mind is to distract it from the thing you are stressed about. I’m not saying completely forget about it, but merely take a break, then ease your way back to reality.
So here is my list:
It’s clear everyone goes through stress. It is a natural process that humans go through. Stress is the human body’s natural response to any change in the environment that requires an action, reaction, or adjustment to what’s normal, and because of this, you may get a sense of being overwhelmed.
So, following my previous post Stress Buster: Part I, What stresses me out the most?
My Most Common Stressful Situations
Stress… Who needs it? The world would be a better place without it in my opinion but being a hypocrite and contradict that I am, sometimes we need stress to build upon our character and to better ourselves or benefit us – And we need to understand this otherwise we’ll become overly stressed too easily.
In a little more detail, abcnews.go.com explain the following:
The days are warming up again
But the world is still cold and yet
Everyone pretends that it’s alright
But what’s alright about committing crime?
What is it that makes the world turn slower?
What is it that makes the world alive?
The real eyes that realise the real lies
Are the only ones who can hear the pain, sorrow, and cries
Hello again WordPress
And apologies all for my absence! (If you enjoyed my absence however, I’ll take my apology back! haha)
It would seem that I have neglected writing/blogging recently but possibly for the best.
When you don’t have any creativity, imagination, or even will, then there’s no point in writing something because you have too. You should write something because you want too or even need too (Some passion you could say). For me, if you have something you want to say, then make sure you can be heard, rather than constructing something that’s not worth saying.