You’re Never Given More Than You Can Handle
I know, I know, it’s been a while since I’ve last blogged. Truthfully, I forgot this blog even existed. Henceforth, I promise to be more loving towards it. Besides, this post will be really short, and should make you smile, like this 🙂
April is ending and May is approaching, which means it’s a very hectic time for many people. This spells the end of the semester for college students, which include exams, projects, papers, events, etc. Millions of people will be scrambling to pay rent, an energy bill or water bill. Or all three. Someone’s been hired to a new position which calls for them to relocate to a different state, or even country. Someone might be going through a horrible break-up or divorce. You get my point, many things are going on simultaneously and many emotions begin to set in.
Fear, anxiety, uneasiness, pressure; you name it–and they all happen simultaneously. You take full responsibility for situations that are completely out of your control, which only tacks on guilt to the aforementioned things and increases them tenfold.
All of us have experienced these types of emotions before, and might be going through them now. I certainly am for a few reasons.
“What type of evil is this?” You may be asking yourself. Well, it’s life, and it’s not evil, it’s not always fair, it’s not biased; it’s life. And it’s precious.
There’s nothing to “feel bad” about if you’ve experienced/you’re going through these things. It only means you’re human.
In all the frustration and bewilderment that comes with life, take a moment out of your day and smile. I assure you, worrying does nothing for you. It disrupts the present and spoils tomorrow. You’ve made it through difficult times before and you’ll do so once again.
“Hakuna matata. It means no worriessssss, for the rest of your dayyyyysssss.”
“Don’t worry, be happy.”
Seriously, don’t give up, friends!
Until next time,