‘Til then I walk alone…

Sad, depressed, alone. That’s how you feel sometimes when things go wrong. Right away people put themselves in a small box and become very closed minded, and short sighted. We tend to amplify the bad, and most times believe, or rather lie to ourselves and create this sort of solitude for ourselves.

But are you really alone? In my case, I realized that MANY people have gone through what I’m going through, and I won’t be the last. Life does move on. There is more out there than the present situation. We ourselves put up walls and slow ourselves down.

So, what do we do? We open up, free ourselves from our self solitude and realize that we are not alone.Work on what needs to be worked on and make sure you fix you. Take one day at a time, one step at a time, and everything will fall into place….

“It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.” – Confucius

Now Playing: “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” by Green Day

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4 thoughts on “‘Til then I walk alone…

  1. The popularity of this song shows that you really DON’T walk alone. Pretty much everyone can relate to the lyrics on some level. We all need to learn to stop and savor the sweet side of bittersweet. It’s nearly always on the other side of our pain, and it’s nearly always rich and surprisingly delicious.

    I agree with you, Joey, that sometimes we do amplify the bad in our lives. It seems like too many people walk around pretending that they’re doing just fine, thank you, instead of opening up like you have, and letting other people know that they’re not alone in their pain.

    You have a strong writer’s voice, and you’ll probably reach and teach more people than you may ever realize. I subscribed to your blog a couple of weeks ago, and I enjoy reading your thoughtful posts.

    • Excellent. Well said.

      I completely agree, especially with the part about PRETENDING to be fine. I’ve been guilty of that. I find that holding things in does more harm than good. There has to be some sort of release be it a friend, family member, or even a blog, to let out feelings and frustrations that really, plague all of us. No one is immune. We are humans, after all…

      Thanks for the comment. kind words, and for stopping by CD.

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