“What’s worse? New wounds that are so horribly painful or old wounds that should have healed years ago but never did? Maybe our old wounds teach us something. They remind us where we’ve been and what we’ve overcome. They teach us lessons as to what to avoid in the future. But sometimes that never really happens, some lessons we have to learn over and over again” -Grey’s Anatomy
“You were born to overcome! The devil may have hit you with his best, but his best is never good enough!” -Joel Osteen
As you can see from the quotes that well, life ain’t all that glee this past week.
I know this is one of those days and one of those trials that one day you’d look back to and say, “Glad I got over that one.”
It’s great to think of the future and how things would be replaced by good things once all of the ugly is over.
But of course at this very moment, I have a throbbing head, my heart rate is still not back to its normal rate and the heat’s killing me.
But still, I refuse to cave in.
Life momentarily sucks right now, but I know that it gets better from here.
There are worst things to worry about in this world like the latest war in Lebanon and the solution to end world hunger is still unknown despite the many dollars spent and ambassadors being appointed.
I am so sad that I can’t even get my political facts straight.
Daisy and I were just texting about how totally unfair the world is and how we never learn.
I hope that our recent experiences would make us turn our backs on the whole drama that consumated our very insignificant lovelives.
Not that is all we care about, for one thing daisy’s into running her shops lately (do visit Souiler if you’re in galleria or alabang) and I’ve been trying to learn more things and try to at least help a few more people in my own little way.
I’m not totally being self righteous in saying this but:
If you haven’t read Your Best Life Now you BETTER READ IT!
It really changed my life and how I look at it.
I may be really sad now due to the countless things that has happened in the past week, but I’m still smiling.
You should have met me waay before I read that book. I was such a crappy person to be with when I was in one of those moods, I couldn’t laugh or enjoy anything because I was so caught up in my “world” and “me” time.
I felt at that time that if something was wrong in my life, I could no longer pick myself up and laugh.
I was such a dramaqueen that everyone chose to stay away.
But now, things are different.
I’m stronger and I know that after all this, The Lord will replace it with something wonderful for me and my family.
Most especially for my family.
If you’re happy right now, I’m happy for you too, but if you’re in a sullen mood, I sympathize with you.
As a friend of mine said earlier, “Just pray, you can get everything you seek if you do”
Just as long as it doesn’t injure anyone then I guess that’s fine. Hahaha.
Have a great week ahead. God is good!