Sunday, August 5, 2012

Minding my own business

You are what you are. Your life has never been about any other person in the planet. Your life is your own business. Much like their lives, their business.

    In today’s perplexed world, people tend to situate themselves in the shoes of others. In other words, though rendered taboo in the olden days, people meddle with the lives of others as if it is their business.

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Life beyond the pretense

How can I be so demanding? For most of our lives, we aim for power, title and honor to be accepted. We crave for attention to belong. However, is it the end all and be all of our lives? Do we live just for that?

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Breaking down

The positive effects of crying

Crying is not a sign of being weak. It is just that you have been strong enough to hold on to the pain, it is time to let it all go.

Crying does not connote feebleness. The act itself is but natural and inevitable. Contrary to beliefs and pop culture, crying does not make you less of a human being. It is okay to cry and express your emotions. It shows how in tune and mature you are with regard to issues concerning the people and situation around you.

What makes you cry? Infamous and direct to the point question that majority of us would rather shrug off than answer. An atypical question to ask others but a necessity to ask the self.

Indeed, something’s are better off unsaid. However, it is also best to express your feelings. The tears flowing from your eyes prove that you are receptive to the emotions and feelings of others. You are concerned of their welfare and well-being. Mostly, you are but human capable of feeling the unfelt and expressing the inexpressible through the stream of tears flowing from your eyes.