Living in the head.

Some questions are always left unanswered. The questions as to when will we stop suffering? Questions as to why me? Questions as to will things ever fall into place? Nobody knows and nobody ever will. But don’t we all spend the maximum time and effort behind thinking about them? 

Not always in life do we have this ‘try me’ attitude instead of ‘why me?’. Sometimes we are so tired and exhausted that even if we are ready to fight back, we just don’t have the energy to do it, physically and mentally both. We just stay there in the moment, completely absorbed by the darkness, mourning the demise of our hopes. We are always taught to keep our hopes as high as possible and there is nothing wrong in it. But you see the problem is when the high hope comes crashing down with enormous velocity and kills itself, much like a suicide. It’s like the high the hope, the deep the pain. While all this is happening inside your head, the world is totally unaware and least bothered to be aware in most cases. 

 Imagine a city where all it’s people are slowly killing themselves. Imagine what it must be to be in there, witnessing all the dead bodies. Dreadful, isn’t it? The city is nothing but your head. This is what it is like to feel depressed, all the hopes inside you commiting suicide. Now honestly, would you live in such a city, inhaling the air of deceased? The answer is obviously not! 

Everybody wants to live in a habitat which gives positive vibes and has healthy environment. We live in our head all day. It’s our natural habitat. So why don’t we make it a happy and comfortable place for us and our hopes to survive. Let’s just ease out and free ourselves from the slavery of desperation. Desperation of finding answers to questions which we might never get the answers to. And even if you get the answers it won’t make much difference because that is not what is takes to go through your suffering. It takes positivity and strength. Everything begans at home and our first home is our head. Let us realise the importance of keeping our head positive and healthy, it won’t take much but will definitely give you a lot.

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Don’t let the high hopes take you down.                 Image source: Google
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