This is a breakthrough. The biggest mistake you can make now is to believe that it’s a setback!
God is ultimately mans greatest excuse to failure. It gives belief to a greater, omniscient being, of omnipotent power and control , especially that of fate and so is just a release of stress to humanity. Because if people faced the fact that their lives and potential at happiness and all things great were in the ‘fate’ of their own hands, then it’d generate an immense amount of anxiety, which most people couldn’t handle. And so with the belief in god, they let slide of their guilt for failure into something that was all a part of God’s plans.
Maybe the believe in destiny and fate, even with out a religion/God per se, is not healthy.
It saddens me that I no longer believe in grand romantic gestures. It’s been put aside, along with fairy god mothers and flying carpets. Such things just don’t happen upon my life.
I want someone brave to make me believe again.
—Timothy “Speed” Levitch
The only constant guaranteed in life is change. The seasons will change, friends will come and go, your perspective will change, people will change, YOU will change.
Do you know the feeling?
When you’re on a roller coaster and you’re coming down a slope, and you can feel the will of the wheels giving way under your feet, and the g force hit you and it feels like your hands have turned to jelly but they’re holding on, frozen. And your heart is overwhelmed by anxiousness. That moment of hopelessness and invigoration. That’s what my loneliness feels like right now. I feel a sense of overwhelming, all consuming anxiousness. I don’t quite know where it’s coming from. I suddenly feel like all those close to me are just used to numb the pain, they’re not actually cures. I mean, I don’t want them to be - I want to be the only antidote I need. It’s a constant strive, to become the person that makes me happy. To believe that I’m exactly where I’m suppose to be. As hopeless as I feel, I know, just like a roller coaster ride, this slope will only last a few seconds, and I’m helpless to stop it from coming. All I have to do is ride it out. And when I come off, I’ll be proud that I made it.