Getting Through the Voids

September 17th, 2010 by Sharkchild

Life never feels quite right. I think everyone needs to come to terms with that. It doesn’t matter how much money you make or how happy you are or how strong your faith is; if you are sane, then you think, and if you think, then there will always be pieces in your life—in your thoughts—that just do not seem to fit. Some days will be and feel perfect, but there will always come an imperfect day, a wrench in the system.

So what do you do? You live the best way you can. You make the most out of everything you can. You enjoy all of those perfect moments the best way you can, and, with priority, you attempt to create as many of those perfect moments as you can.

It is no easy task, however. And that’s where other people come in—relationships. Relationships make or break you; they build you up or they strip you down, tear you down, and give you a special ticket to torture. But most of the time you can’t even tell the difference between what is good and what is bad in a relationship. You are too busy fitting in, too busy pleasing, too busy digging your own grave.

So I say to you this: choose the people in your life wisely. I don’t need to elaborate; you know where I am going with this statement, and you understand. It is and will be this very decision that determines your well-being throughout the course of your life. I am somewhat of a freak slash geek of nature and there are many other freaks and geeks of nature out there and there are plenty of people that accept our kind, positively and for our betterment. They are our crutches; they will be our pallbearers.

Be an Outsider.

One Response to “Getting Through the Voids”

  1. avatar Jacqueline Kelly Says:

    This is beautifully put and so very true. 🙂
    ~ One of your fellow freaks

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