Why we feel alone and hurt?

We are hurt because we expect too much. We want a story that doesn’t belong to us. We want to conquer a fear that doesn’t exist. We keep on creating problems in our head that no one can solve.

But why?

Close your eyes. Examine yourself. Are you healthy? Can you feel your heart beating?Can you move? Can you call your family? Do you have food on your table? Do you have a roof over your head?

Do you even have a savings account?

Does somebody care about you? Do you know anyone who will be sad if your gone?

If you’ve got a YES to any of it, then you should not be hurt and felt alone everytime.

Someone cares for you. Celebrate your pain, your victory and your downfall. There is a beauty in every season of our lives. It strengthen us. It keeps on reminding us we’re human. Capable to be happy and to be sad.

Sometimes you might be hurt and thats okay. You’re not as fragile as you think you are. Take good care of your health. It may sound cliche but when your healthy your capable of doing a lot of things to be happy. Be free. Learn to let go of the things that keeps on hurting you and welcome new opportunity in your life.

Get up!!!!

You are strong. You can be happy. You can be whatever you want to be. Have faith as high as Mount Everest.

Because even the highest summit can be possible if we keep on moving and stop on complaining. Make your own master plan today.

And you know what will be the good title of it?

The blueprint to be happy.

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