One of those days when things got off a bad start, and as frustration compounded over the day, it just didn’t feel safe and right. It was as if the tide has turned against you and you’re now being caught in between mighty waves. You feel vulnerable, and weak. Like how a busted attempt by a snail to escape its predator, as if there’s nothing you could do to avert the worst outcomes.
Today didn’t feel right for me, and when pessimism takes over it spells doom. Sometimes I feel the circumstances can be harsh, but often I’ve to remind myself the need to have a change of perspective. One man’s poison is another man’s meat. It’s no brainer to figure out that every problem that has solution needs no worrying. And yet I’ve spent pretty much of my time worrying things that haven’t hit the reality rather than doing things constructively.
Sometimes things happen and sometimes they don’t. Sometimes you have to choose to do nothing about something. This is mostly because doing something about something is hard and you know there is a big chance that it will lead to nothing. So by doing nothing about something, something stays nothing. The irony of this is that this is also hard. Maybe even harder than doing something about something. And in these sentences I am really thinking in many ways about life but also actually just being quite literal. In case you were wondering. I know you know what I’m talking about.