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Monday, November 26, 2012

You're the Missing Puzzle Piece

     Have you ever felt left out, seeing everyone else together? Have you ever felt like you don't belong? Have you ever felt like whatever you did never mattered? Have you ever felt like you had no impact on anything or anyone around you? Have you ever felt like you were just an accessory?

     Once, twice, maybe thrice, I did. Actually, I've lived more than half of my life that way. But lately, it came to me that these thoughts were false. It came to me that you don't have to gain a noticeable achievement to prove you have a place in the community. Noticed or not, you belong to it. You're a part of it, so never let anyone take you out. 

     On jigsaw puzzles, the picture is seen as a whole. With one piece missing, the picture is incomplete. Think of yourself as the piece on the edge, at most times not containing a part of the actual picture. Your surroundings may seem the way it is without you, but if others try to stand where you're supposed to be or if you leave, another space would be empty. This is because it's yours. The empty space is yours. You have a place, and if you don't stand where you're supposed to stand, the picture would be incomplete. You'd be the missing puzzle piece.


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Random Realization

Sometimes, you'd step back from the idea of having people like you because you know it gives you the ability to hurt them easily.


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Saturday, November 24, 2012

I'm Just Not That Expressive

I let people like me for what they hear or see, but I love people who love me for who I am, whatever kind of love it may be. Whether I know it or not, even if I'd never say it personally, they deserve to know even when it doesn't show.


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Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Contentment

People long for happiness. They long for something which they have no possession of. Sometimes, they say that once they get a hold of the things they want, they'll be happy. It'll be enough.  Truth is, that's barely true. You ask for something, you get it, you get tired of it, you ask for something else. There's never permanent happiness, because there never was contentment. It's hard to force yourself to settle for what you have when you know there's something better. But then again, there's something better than what you crave for, and no one knows what's best. It might be one of the hardest things to do, but try to think of how much of what you have is what other people would consider as "better" than what they have. Be happy and try to settle, unless it's a goal. Nobody can have the best. Only you can define what's best for you.


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