That’s how we lose the essence of life

25 years ago I was born and brought a whole lot of trouble for pretty much everyone who was involved. in high school i wanted to be a painter, in college i wanted to be an air hostess, after graduation i wanted to be a designer and now i’m 26 and i’ve realized that no matter what i do – i should follow my head and heart and try to have as much fun as i can doing what i’m good at.

we do our very best to have everything that we want in our life. i often see people trying to do everything, experience all the essential things  and not miss out on anything. they want to read all the good books, meet all the good people, eat at all the good restaurants, watch all the good films. i guess life is better when we don’t try to everything. i always try to get the best of out of the moment that I’m experiencing and guess what – life turns out to be wonderful!

also, i’ve noticed that though we try to do our best, but sometimes it’s just not good enough. we always try to be safe- we buckle our seatbelts, wear our helmets and walk on the lighted paths. no matter how much we protect ourselves, it won’t make any difference because when bad things have to come- they come out of nowhere. they come suddenly. without a warning. and in all the chaos we often forget that sometimes that’s how the good things come too.

i hope you realize you are not alone, right?. no one in their twenties has life figured out. it’s okay to be a mess.

You’re living.


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