Friday, March 24, 2017 , 7:41 AM
Silence—a silent killer
Every thought unexpressed burdens your mind. Letting go of what you're supposed to is not easy. Being positive requires strength—it will consume every ounces of energy you have in your mind and physical to even push yourself up from your bed.
Not every problem requires you to be strong. Fragile and weak, that's what humans are. But they can choose to be strong. As strong as a metal or a concrete or simply, as strong as a human can be.
I learned the hard way that you don't have to be positive all the way. Mourn for the death of your loved ones to others you trust before you can fully move on.
My mistake—standing up too fast after each deaths I've faced. The thought that things happened because they are meant to be always fill my head. I shouldn't have done that.
Regrets filled me and the more regrets I have, the quieter I've become. The less I laughed, the less I'm having fun. I don't feel happy simply because I want to, I look happy so that others don't fall into sadness.
Hopeful and positive are what I've always been. Seeing others fell into something they can't get out from if no one helps them makes me the way I am.
Everybody hurts. Even the strongest you've seen and been with, they've been hurt and fell down so many times. If you think you've have too much, then just hang on.
Each one of us went through life with regrets and sadness that will roam their mind until the day they die. You and I, we're the same. The experience may be different for each of us, the circumstances may look different to each and every one of us but we're the same.
Feeling sad is normal. Mourning is normal. Do it. Don't hold back.
Don't be a silent person.
Silence is a silent killer.
They will kill you slowly and you don't even know it.