It’s getting easier for some people to ditch broken (relationship, stuff, jobs) away, ignoring the fact that some still can be fixed. Ditching things away is an option, but make sure whether that’s the only option you have or not.
There are some cases where youngsters nowadays tend to resign from their jobs, easily n quickly. “I have a lot of option out there anyway”, they say. But that’s not how it supposed to be. When you have problems, you are supposed to face it, not run away from it. If it’s a life or death case, of course, running away is the only solution..
When it’s easy for you to get something, be grateful. Some gotta work hard and still not able to get it. When things are too easy for you, be anxious. Good things are gained in a hard way. When you can’t see the value, maybe you need to re-evaluate.
Learn not to throw the broken things away. Learn how to fix them. Learn how to deal with them.
Once you find some flaw on something, it’s pretty hard not to noticing it first before anything else.
Maybe it’s easier for me to notice that my laptop has some dent on the right edge. Maybe it’s easier for me to notice some pimples, even when they’re fading slowly. Maybe it’s easier for me to hear that wrong part from that band, played on the recorded live show on youtube.
Noticing is easy. Accepting and move forward is not.
When people are meant to settle down, i really hope they are not doing it to negative things.
I choose to do something about those flaws. Sometimes it takes a while for me to finally do it, but i’d rather do something than expecting miracles to change things the way i want them to be. I just can’t let myself dwell in despondency.
Such a tense person, i am.
It finally shattered
broke into pieces, went to every place
pervaded at a leisurely pace
in every little part of my sphere
turned things into some things
something bitter, something sweet
and something old, real gold