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Heal in Trust 🌼

Most of the times, 

People are au courant that their plate is too full,

But they still convince themselves that they need to finish it by themselves  

They have a tendency of trying to do everything on their own, 

Primarily, because they don’t want to bother anyone. 

But most often what they fail to realise is that if someone cares for them & loves them, they’re not going to let them suffer alone.

So, all those who are battling hard with their emotions, Before you decide anything, take some time. 

Take time to think what lies before you. 

Remember, Even the darkest days end with the sunrise.

Whenever it hurts, don't just weep, rather observe. 

Observe who's there with you in times of sorrow

Life is trying to teach you something

Good times give you pleasant memories, no doubt

But, it is the bad times that build you, they are sort of stepping stones. 

Yes it's tough to forget what you have gone through, but at least don't dwell on it. 

At the end of the day, it's all in your hands. Either you want to kill yourself just because you have lost what you considered to be your greatest opulence,

Or you want to fight, fight with your own self just to prove that you are still the protagonist, and protagonists never lose.

And remember, the right people will always make a way,

So, When the world comes crashing at your feet

It's okay to let others help pick up the pieces

for, if they're present to take part in your bliss, when you're doing great

They are more than capable of sharing your pain, when you're broken🙌❤️


Rajesh Jana said…
Thank you ma'am for writing.

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