Feel it

Feel it

Feelings. They can easily change one’s life and turn it into the exact opposite of how it used to be once…

 

Anger… 

…can destroy great, old relationships of any kind, in just a moment. It can make you want to do bad things to people who have never been less than decent around you, just because you feel like it, because something bad has happened to you and now you want everybody to suffer.

Hate…

…can distort the way you see other people or objects, or even situations that are actually not that bad. It comes from the deepest, darkest corners of somebody’s heart and soul and it floods their entire being with a black, sticky poison that destroys them from the inside out.

Fear…

…can push you to the edge, forcing you to do things that you wouldn’t otherwise do and then it can lead to paranoia, which will make you constantly doubt your safety and it will make you take unnecessary measures.

Euphoria…

…can help you skip over the bad, unpleasant parts of life. It can help you see the black hazier, so that it becomes grey or even white and everything seems to work just perfect for you, like you are the luckiest human being on Earth.

Love…

…can slow time down, silence the voices inside your head that tell you you’re not good enough, only to turn them into tiny whispers about how wonderful your life is, making the world stop as you become aware of the feeling.

Confidence…

…can make you realise that there is nothing more than you can grasp in the world, that you are in complete control of what’s going on with you and that the sky really is the limit.

These are all feelings, despite what some might say. When experienced at the maximum intensity, even ‘drawing’ or ‘photographing’ or ‘writing’ can become feelings. But there is one particular feeling that is, in my opinion, the best one, ‘the queen of emotions’, let’s say.

Gratitude…

When you are being grateful, thankful, you come to understand everything that happens to you, and embrace your life as it is, both the good and the bad that comes with it. I think gratitude is often mistaken for happiness.

Happiness…

…in my opinion, only lasts for a couple of seconds or so, but it’s immediately followed by the great feeling of being grateful for that short period of time when you were purely happy. The thing is, gratitude lasts a lot longer, as long as we want to stay thankful.

Everybody has something to be grateful for, and if we could all focus on those little good things that happen to us every day, I think the world would be a much nicer place and life would be better.

 

Foto: Monica Seiceanu

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