Disappointment – one of life’s predictabilities. At some point, everyone faces it, that feeling of deep sadness when something or someone doesn’t turn out as we expected. Disappointment is inevitable.
I am a woman, I am a dreamer, I am an inventor, I am a creator, I am a thinker, I am a worker, and I am an achiever.
It is unbearably tough to pull ourselves out of this pain, frustration, and fear. But right now, as difficult as it may seem, our only hope for moving on from here is to not lose hope.
As difficult as it may be, even in the midst of uncertainty, it is important to try and envision a future with all its possibilities, as this will go a long way in keeping hope and positivity alive.
I have learned that by frequently judging and criticizing others, you are actually destroying your own path toward happiness.
Oftentimes the relationships that we have can either make life a beautiful journey or make the road we travel very unpleasant and stressful.
For me, the collateral beauty after my tragedy has been my journey in finding the light in the darkest of times and the acceptance that some things are beyond our understanding.
If you pay your dues, work towards your responsibilities, and do what you need to do to keep life going, will time reward you eventually? Will you then be able to live your dream and do the things that you are passionate about?