Life is rough. It's full of failure, heartache and disappointment. There aren’t just moments, but days, weeks and months of suffering.
We fall down, again and again and again. We start to hate ourselves, the life we were born into and the one we couldn’t create for ourselves.
It’s easy to get discouraged, and the easiest thing in the world to do is give up. What’s not easy, however, is to remember this sh*t you’re going through will pass.
This life you envision for yourself will happen, and this bad day will end.
What helps during these volatile times is to remember you're not the only person going through sh*t. And like all those strong people who've been there before, you’re better for it.
People who have been through hell are always the most interesting, and personally, I don’t trust those who try to pretend they’ve never been there.
Life is supposed to be messy, and we’re supposed to get dirty. We’re supposed to fall down and feel lost. We’re supposed to be disoriented, confused, sad and lonely. We’re supposed to experience everything.
There is beauty in your chaos and even more in your acceptance of it. It’s a beautiful thing to watch people turn their madness into creativity, their sorrow into music and their pain into prophecies.
And if you can’t remember these words, remember the ones of those who have proven life is better when you’ve gone through some sh*t.