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"I hope I find it in my heart to forgive all those involved. It will be the most remarkable thing."


So what are distractions, anyway?

Something that makes it difficult to think or to pay attention;
Something that amuses or entertains you so that you do not think about problems, work, etc.;
A state in which you are very annoyed or upset
(Source: Merriam-Webster)

Personally, a combination of the last two statements. They say face your fears once in a while. You cannot run away from them forever. However, it does not guarantee that it could give you a peace of mind and heart. What happens next? You keep on distracting yourself.

Everything seems so complicated, don’t they? But then, things are really simple. The solutions to problems are simple. What gets the best of us is our emotions. Playing with our logic. Giving us the option to commit a mistake or to make the right choice.

It is a whirlpool kind of feeling. Sometimes we just have to let time do the trick and spare us the draining feeling.

At the end of the day, we need to keep our faith that everything will go well.

Wanting what you cant have

Been aware of this concept years back but couldnt get a grasp of if. Only then when i saw it on himym did i realize what the quote was really about.

But here’s my take. Perhaps not until you get what you thought you “wanted” will you ever know what you really want. People are obsessing with chasing after the things they cannot have. Maybe it’s because of the thrill or the uncertainty that it may or may not end well.

Having said that, even though you already have what you want, there’s a lot more to consider. Working hard for it to make you stay as long as you can must never be an obligation. And the term “as long as you can” does not give justice for getting and realizing what you want.

However, if you are going against your will or yourself, sometimes, does not make any sense. Our instinct tells us to search for something or for someone to blame but as harsh as it may sound, we’re the ones whose blameworthy. It hurts because our ego gets affected.

Only then when we learn to acknowledge and to forgive ourselves can we really move on. Making any choice is difficult. Being indecisive makes it even harder. But if it’s for the best, no matter how painful it gets, we must learn to let some things go.

"And tonight will depict whether that door would completely close down or not"

That point in time you wish you were numb

Could it be regret?
Could it be the fact that there is a holding back feeling?
Could it be the possibility that reality just hit you one day and force yourself to stop whatever’s at hand?
Could it be expectations again versus reality?
Could it be confusion/indecisiveness/indifference?

All these questions are too overwhelming to process in weeks. Perhaps being numb about these things could help. Any time soon feels like snapping out of sanity. But if I go numb then everything that had happened becomes surreal…who wants that?