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[1: 1,820 of 10,000] When I Look In Front Of A Mirror

In Journal on December 1, 2016 at 11:24 PM


I try to always do the right thing but lately I start to question even my drive. I stopped being hungry. Moments come that I lose my grip for determination because I feel old, gets tired too easily, and allow myself to be very worried ending with no proper sleeps for two nights in a row. It boggles me that there is nothing worth living for.

I couldn’t feel anything because I am frightened to feel something. I am afraid to feel love again because I build up all the boundaries before it even begun. I let my judgment of others ruin my own value. Why is it that when I hurt so bad I wish to hurt back, which only freezes me in reality? Why is it when I got my heart broken I feel so weak to mend it back to whole?

When is a little going away from the wagon all right? Will I find my way back to connect with the one true source of love and live with kindness and courage to fulfill my dreams?

I still see a glimmer of hope. I am hopeful.



[1: 1,559 of 10,000] Loving Thyself

In Article, Poem on August 15, 2015 at 4:11 AM
Self-EsteemHere is an excerpt from the poem “Love After Love” by Derek Walcott which for me is a reflection that within me is I who knew exactly how to truly love me –
You will love again
the stranger who was your self.
Give wine. Give bread. Give back your heart to itself, 
to the stranger who has loved you all your life, 
whom you ignored for another,
who knows you by heart.
We often forget to recognise the beautiful and perfect spirit within us that we get clouded by the chaos of the world. Yet it knows and it waits for our true self will never abandon us, to keep loving us even when we ignor it.
May we have the courage to choose ourselves! Because when we love ourselves then we are more capable of loving others.