(April 10, Sunday) In one of my online courses we talked about absolute truth, our opinions about it, and it's impact on morality and choices. Essentially, the center of the discussion revolved around whether or not absolute truth existed. Now, before I give my "opinion" on the truth of absolute truth's inevitable reality, I wish … Continue reading College Day 197 – Absolute Truth
What I once regarded as trivial, I had unknowingly, until recently, witnessed it as something personable ever since it crossed my mind.
As positive and hopeful as I might seem, I have absolutely no idea where I want my future or where my future is headed. I have a dream and a goal, and that is about it. I let the future worry for itself; the rest will fall in place accordingly. Our present words and actions … Continue reading Talking to Myself
A true relationship is not built by finding reasons to love; rather, it is strengthened by becoming acquainted with the one you already love, whereby love is innate, unconditional, and does not require second thought.
Do we start to miss and appreciate friends more when we begin to see them less and less? I feel as though those with whom we constantly interact with and acknowledge become a free storage space that we take for granted. We fill this space with everything that we can: fun times, deep talks, wise … Continue reading “I miss you”
My very own mind convinces me that what I worry about is raining hell down against me. Anxiety breaks me from the inside out; eventually my consciousness will give up and my body will give in to destruction. However, the worst part about me enjoys this emotionally self-inflicted pain. I am mentally sick...
I could be easily misunderstood if I were to tell people “I enjoy emotional pain.” Yes, it is equivocal and slightly controversial; however, my attitude about pain depends on my reaction to it. This pain often derives from a series of unfortunate events that, in my mind, affect me negatively. Nevertheless, the negative effects mean … Continue reading Pain With Purpose
There is a misconception that failure is wrong, which instils the fear of failure. What has shaped our lives today, molded us into the person that we are, is our past experiences of everything, including failure. In response to this, I accept what hardships may come my way because I may learn more about what … Continue reading Fear of failure
The depressed do not first deserve our prayers, they deserve our stories, experiences, and thoughts on depression. Sure you can begin to share your prayers with them, but why would you do that when you have so many more words at your disposal? You may be considerate enough to show concern through prayer, but if … Continue reading The depressed
Do we conceal depression hoping that we look acceptable, or do we embrace it so that others may see the beautiful truth which lies behind us? We are all different and in pain, yet we are unique and beautiful.