Does anyone else feel they need a break from the stress of life? If you do, then please free to vent in this blog with me.
Lately, I have been going through so many obstacles. I think the time-frame between each obstacles range from seven to fourteen days. That's terrible right? You're probably asking what the hell do I be doing wrong to be going through so much hardship. The funny thing is I asked myself the same question fifty million times already and still haven't found an answer. I do have a guess—bad luck. Aha! Maybe I'm paying for all the times I urinated in my underwear as a child? If that's the case, these dark days are not over... I'm just saying.
Like previously mentioned, life is very stressful, frustrating... and any other word that describes the pain that life takes you and I through. I don't know about you but I wonder why me and think about what mistakes I've made to be at such frequent points of hardship. Sometimes I find the answer, but at other times there is no fault on my behalf. In clearer terms, we cannot control the outcome of every event that happens in our lifetime—we just can't—and knowing that can hurt to an extent. If you strive to be the best person that you can be, you will get frustrated when you learn that you have failed at being your “best”.
Striving to be your best is your most effective bet to live a great life. Even though I say that, don't expect to live an mistake-free life. It's impossible and if you think you can, you're delusional... I'm just saying. Please do not stress yourself out by attempting to being perfect! For me, whenever I make a mistake I see it as another opportunity to learn. And so should you, because mistakes are simply hands-on life lessons. All you have to do is remember the phrase, “You live and you learn.” I must admit that when you are so focused on living, you tend to become careless about other important aspects of your life, including your job. Highlight my words: Get and live your life but don't be dumb.
Through all of the positivity, I still need a break from life. At some point in your life you will a point where you are emotionally and mentally drained. Everyday you (dreadfully) wake-up to provide for yourself, but constantly have to worry about how you're going to get this and that fix. There is no doubt that there is a struggle to be lived, but I refuse to live it. My friend, you will go through a struggle at least once in your life—Don't let it overpower you—Fight through it and you will win! The struggle is no joke, or life. It's best to do what's essential and complain about it later (in private).
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