No matter how much you want to give up today, no matter how tired you feel and how you just want to give up, breathe. Tomorrow is a new...
To Healing and Remembering
Failure is a Part of Life
Never say Die!
"In three words, I can sum up everything I know about life, it goes on”.
You wake up one day, something happens, and your whole world implodes. As human beings, the first step is to panic. Panic then leads to depression and you start a vicious cycle that is hard to get out of. I mean, there is another option, you do all the above, except for the last one. You don’t stay down.
You get backup and you fight. Yes, you have been dealt a hard blow, but why should you let everything else that you have worked for go down the drain because of one moment. I’m not saying it’ll be easy, probably one of the hardest things you may have to do. Timelines may change, dreams might need to be reshaped, but don’t give up. As Robert Frost once said, “In three words, I can sum up everything I know about life, it goes on”. Don’t let your life stall. No matter the pain, the heartbreak, the heartache, the surprises, or the horrors, life goes on. Make yours go on the way you want it to.
I heard somewhere that hope can be the cruelest thing to ever exist. In a way, I agree. However, that doesn’t mean for us to not have hope. Hope is needed. We may get disappointed when what we hope for doesn’t come true, but f we don’t hope at all, what kind of life are we living? Things might not turn out the way we want, but the hope is what keeps us going. Why give up before we even start? To save ourselves from the pain of disappointment. Isn’t the not knowing, what could have happened, its own kind of pain and misery? As someone once said, hope stands for hold on, pain ends. So, keep on hoping. Above all, keep on getting back up, fighting and dreaming!
"Moving on doesn't take a day, it takes lots of little steps to be able to break free of your broken self." -Tere Arigo For most of us, the holidays are when we reminisce on memories of the past. The
Being an immigrant, I am no stranger to uncertainty. Coming to the US, every tomorrow came with its own set of uncertainties. Being the first in my family to attend college in this country was its own