The thing is that we easily surrender. We give in to our problems. We make our minds believe that we are weak, and are not worth it. We find peace in running away from difficulties than facing them. Because why not?
I believe that the majority of our problems arise from procrastination to deal with them. We take them for granted until they turn into an unsolvable disaster. No doubt, every one of us wants to live an unproblematic, simple life but how many of us dare to get deeply involved in our shit to find out the actual cause of it all? Well, I don’t see even one person in my vicinity. This is where we all go wrong. This is why we never tend to learn from our mistakes and unknowingly repeat them, time and again. We never care to dig deep into the roots. We just pluck out that one ugly leaf that’s bothering us, which is never the solution.
Life can be made simpler just by keeping in mind the aftereffects/ consequences of the stuff that we do. But on the contrary, all we focus on is the fun beneath that.
Let’s take drug addicts as an example. Maximum people/ teenagers start consuming drugs just for fun or to fit into the so-called “cool society” or to get a bit of relief from the pain that they are going through. But how many predict/ think of the consequences before going ahead with the same?
How easy is it for us to find escapes, right?
We don’t wanna face a situation, we hide. We don’t wanna be in our present, we dream. We don’t wanna suffer, we think of ending our lives. We don’t even bother to think about the people that are affected by the decisions we make; either for ourselves or for others. All we think of is situations that would provide us with comfort, us an escape, us that luxury of not feeling anything. In all of this, we forget the people who contribute so much to making our lives a little better to survive.
Conclusion: ‘‘We’’ decide the people, things, animals, emotions that we wanna feel connected and close to.
We love; we get hurt.
We risk; we witness the consequences.
We choose the path; we get to walk on it.
And this, my friend, has nothing to do with the fate that you were born with or destiny that you are carrying along with yourself throughout.