2020 -Mental health-challenged

The autumnal nostalgia in Gyeongju, South Korea

At this point in my life, for a moment or two, I think about what has been bothering me at times; drowning myself in the ocean of repentance. I think of what blunders I had been making in the past and what wrongs I had been doing myself. The people, the things, the matters, the incidents; all that had been meant so much at some point in my life, now mean nothing to me.

This could have happened to either of you reading this post. The happiness, the pain, the guilt; any emotion that you thought would be forever might have faded away. People made forever promises; best friends, couples, name any relationship; the pandemics have put a hard pause on it. I felt this a bunch of times. I know you might as well. This is how I came out of the sufferings.

  1. There is no harm in keeping a pace in the relationships. Just don't run fast but a constant steady one would ease the pain.

2020 has been hard; I mean not only for me but for everyone. But this is just a phase we need to pass through. Believing in (blindly, I‘d say) that good things are coming for us; would always make things easy, at least for a bit.

All that I’ve learned is “ Everything passes and everyone changes!”.
I’m not sure, what thinking about them brings on my face…
Either a wistful smile or endless tears!



Nothing but scribbled thoughts

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