We want most what we can’t have…how many times have you heard this? But more importantly, how many times have you felt it? We want what is almost impossible for us to have, we disregard what it is that we can have, and most of all, we neglect to appreciate what it is that we already have. Envy, ungratefulness, ignorance. You attract what you put out into the world. If you put out love, you will attract it, thus you will receive it. The same goes for hatred. Put it out, and it will bloody find its way back to you. Appreciate what you have luv, for the true value of any matter of any sort, only truly appears after it is lost. “You only need the light when it’s burning low, only need the sun when it starts to snow, only know you love her when you let her go…and you let her go.” The biggest regret you will ever know is when you only realize the importance of a moment after it becomes a memory. Memories that will haunt you, pain you, and leave you paranoid, broken and empty. No one wants to feel empty, no one craves pain. However, we all desire what makes us feel most alive, and sometimes that even means pain. Feelings are what make us feel alive, wether be it pain, misery or joy. A feeling is a feeling. If we felt nothing then what advantage do we have over the dead? I mean, it’s no spoiler that we will all die at the end. They say that time heals all, but is that really how it goes? Time is everything we have and don’t. The healer and the killer. Time hurts, it can tear apart. It is stronger than pain, wiser than quotes and definitely mightier than the endless of love. Sometimes, the matter that you are so deeply searching for is just right before your eyes; for if you want to spot the moon, you must stop counting the stars. What you think you want, what you expect to have and what you realize you deserve, all could not be any more different. Just remember that it isn’t always the length that matters, but the depth.🖤

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  1. This really spoke to me on another level, what you say is true. What we put out in our daily lives is what we’ll get back, and attract. Excellent blog post

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