Beautiful simplicity

Sometimes we turn a corner, without doing anything out of the ordinary, driving towards the sun the same route as always, and we grasp the concept that there is a world outside ours. That it is bigger and bolder than you and I. That neither of us are, or shall be, the first, last, boy or girl who will go through these feelings of sadness, betrayal, affection, understanding and anger. That everyone tries to deal wih the balance of reality and public opinion, and the actions that our actions will restult and mean, and the consequence of which we must live with.

Recently, especially, in this pretentious womb, I stopped taking note that there are people outside my own circles, people who did more, thought more, achieved more. People who are open to comprehend my past and present, and who will recur, support and curtail my exaggerated feelings.

My narrow view on society’s intelegence and troubles did nothing but harm me and allow me to wallow in self-pity and egocentric teachings. I would love to see the world through your eyes. If I were to step in your shoes and shoulder your pain would I come out, what you are today?

Miss Mess

xoxo

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About iheartmess

A Middle Eastern Londoner 20-something living the 'western' life in between London and home.
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One Response to Beautiful simplicity

  1. Thought-provoking questions lead to actions that create changes in the way we perceive and do things in our lives. Putting yourself in someone else’s shoes is definitely one of the most difficult things to do, and anyone who can master this act surely will have attained some sort of spiritual awareness.

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