I feel you

Pain is relative. We all know pain, one way or another. It may not be the same type of pain, for people deal with diverse problems and everyone of them deals with their dilemma in their own way. You have the right to feel whatever you want to feel. No one has the right to tell you what you can and cannot feel. We all have our own mind and our own heart, they are what control us, not another human beings, regardless of who they may be. Yes, people around you may have it denser than you do, but that doesn’t mean that what you are dealing with is worthless. We, as humans, are made of emotions and thoughts. It is our nature to feel things, whether be it pain or joy. Never feel guilty for being in pain, no matter what it is about. It is your right. Just because someone lying next to you is in a full body cast, doesn’t mean that your broken arm shouldn’t hurt you. We all live different lives, have different circumstances and feel differently. You don’t know what a person is actually dealing with and how hard he/she may have it, so it is your duty to try and not judge. Be the person you want to have in your life, the person who will understand and be there when needed. Just because we may have different lives, doesn’t mean I don’t know what it’s like. Pain is relative, I feel you. If you sob, I sob ,and if you smile, I smile. We are all born of the same fire, crumbled up and formed by the element, which we call life. Love whoever you want to love, live however you want to live, feel whatever you want to feel, just do you.

“The prettiest smiles often hide the deepest secrets, the prettiest eyes have often cried the most tears and the kindest hearts have often felt the most pain..”


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