What a year it has been 🙂
Heartbreaks and heartaches. Losing hope, finding faith, finding new and losing old. This year has taken a mile out and given in an inch. It has been a year of discovery, of who and what I am. I am nuts, getting nuttier and will be certifiable soon!
Oh no, not so deep really 😀
Sometimes we go along with our status quos because it is comforting. Comfort is warmth. Comfort is predictability, there is no fear ‘cause it’s all known. Then it stales. You lose passion and motivation. When forced to step out of this zone, there are a million feelings to be felt, experiences waiting to happen and life to be loved.
Whether it is a relationship one holds on to, people you tolerate – whatever the reason may be, there comes a time when you got to let go. I have pissed a lot of people off, made up, got some awesome new friends and won back some long losts.
2016 has been a sieve or sorts. The keepers have stayed on while the takers, moved on. Bonds are deeper, trust is higher and love is greater.
It is also the year I turned the landmark 43. Well, every year is a landmark but this one was special. Special because I am finally learning to let go the unforgiven and unresolved. Not everything in life needs to be resolved, some just have no solutions and no answers. Actually, even if there were, what’s to say that it would change anything? What is the need to always understand or be understood? Why is there a need to continuously prove? To whom? At the end of the day, if I feel like it was a waste of a day then I have sold myself short. There will always be people unhappy or wanting or needing. There is just one me and one life to live. I want to uncomplicate, and enjoy more.
I want to invest in those who matter, close in my inner circle and just firmly leave out the rest. I want to write more, love more and laugh more. There is always always room for more laughter and more life than we allow ourselves to see.
Stop thinking, start living, start loving – life is here now, we just got to know how!
I am the journey
I see life beckoning me