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"Just living is not enough", said the butterfly, "one must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower."
— Hans Christian Andersen.

nobody said it was easy.

"Some people believe holding on and hanging in there are signs of great strength. However, there are times when it takes much more strength to know when to let go and then do it."


Define "good".
Think about the things you have to do to make sure you're good at something.


With illuminating confidence in an incomplete stunt, the daredevil busted a knee. Struggling to continue walking, all help offered was rejected. The pain was brushed aside by a mountain of self-pity. The easiest way was to stop and seek help, but the pain was to be forgotten. The pain had to be forgotten. Pain had to become a part of life in order for strength to come in. Going through pain was nothing, it was all about becoming strong enough to walk on while ignoring the stinging pain.


What would be most ideal?
To snap the leg off entirely or get help?

Well, the most ideal would be that the pain would stop, and the leg would miraculously heal itself.

That was the easy way out.


Saying that you can forget something is easy.
But what does it take to forget something so easily.

Saying that you think you're worst off than everyone else is easy.
But everyone is different - different in handling problems with different level of emotional strength and stability.

Saying that your problems don't matter anymore because other people could be in situations more tough than yours is easy.
But how true is that - comparing level of difficulty in problems and then pushing yours under the rug.

Saying that you are strong is easy.
But how much strength does it take to say that you're strong.


Define "broken".
Think about how you tell yourself you're broken inside.



No one ever said it would be this hard.


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