About Life & Shit

I’ve been struggling to write in fear of not being able to do justice to how I feel. I don’t even know how I feel anymore, what I feel anymore. Some days it’s as calm as the wind caressing the ocean while some days it’s the crashing waves of the raging ocean. I don’t remember the last time I wrote something meaningful or poetic or whatever.

I’m afraid my pain fueled the fire and my passion fueled the desire but now pain has quietly settled somewhere deep in my bones making its home and passion has disappeared like it was never there in the first place. Or is it that I don’t think about it anymore? I try not to delve deep because I’m afraid of skeletons in the closet will come spilling out when it took me a long time to bury it all in, To close all the doors, put up the padlocks, build walls of concrete stones.

Right now, I feel like I’m at the crossroads and whichever way I choose I will lose one thing or another. I guess now it has come to a point of choosing which thing is worth losing for the other. There is no way without it. Either way I lose.

But maybe… there is winning in this losing. Or maybe it’s not even about winning or losing. It’s just life asking you to make decisions and asking you to pay the price for what it put you through. Leaving you no choice but to deal with it.

Ah, life. You funny thing. Sometimes I love you, while sometimes I feel like choking the shit out of you, watch you gasp and beg for every breath that escapes. Sometimes I feel so heavily optimistic I scare myself while sometimes, the only way out I see is, death. Well on the bright side, I at least feel optimistic even if it doesn’t happen very often. I had forgotten what it was like. So anyways back to crossroads…

Tick tock tick tock.

Let’s see where life goes.

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76 thoughts on “About Life & Shit

  1. mockingbird181984 says:

    Can’t help but make a comment here. I hope you are in a much much better state now. What you wrote here is deeply felt — I can relate to it so much. And I must say that you have encapsulated here what a lot of us would feel like when in a similar state, so I really commend you for what you did here. Well done!

    It’s not easy to be in such a state though, I must emphasize. It’s not something that finishes in a day and voila I’m okay. It also takes so much energy, drive (the will), and focus to get out of such a state. But hey, at least there are people who care and encourage us to keep fighting.

    Thanks for sharing your sentiments in this post. It’s a good reminder for me… people at some point go through this. Take care.

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    • lifeconfusions says:

      First of all thank you so much for such a considerate comment, it made me feel the same way- it being a reminder that their are people out there who go through the same sentiments and that I’m not alone.

      As you said, it isn’t easy…to deal with it, to put it into words and still get on with life. Some of us are lucky to have someone to stand by them and give them a shoulder when things get hard but some of us don’t even have that luxury either.

      Again thanks a lot for leaving me with your kind words. I appreciate it very much 🙂

      Have a good weekend 🙂

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  2. Lala Rukh says:

    I can so relate to this. Pain becoming a part of your bones and passion disappearing from life. Like falling into the depths of despair but still not realizing it. It is frightening. The feeling. But you’ll get out of it. Every dark cloud has a silver lining after 🙂 Love you. Hugs.

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    • lifeconfusions says:

      Hi Lala. Thank you for being here, I believe you when you say every cloud has a silver lining. I just we all come out triumphant on the other end. Love you for your constant support. ❤
      I hope you are doing good ! ❤

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  3. plaridel says:

    i know it’s not perfect, but 10 years from now, you’ll look back fondly to this time in your life. if you feel kind of constricted, the best thing to do is concentrate in your studies. good education can open doors and expand your horizons. it may even help you practice in the u.k, canada, or the u.s. if you so desire. now let’s have some chocolates. 🙂

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    • lifeconfusions says:

      I guess you are right Plaridel, focusing on the future can help endure the tough times now. I agree education is a doorway to endless opportunities,though sometimes you just can’t help but lose focus and get sucked in the dark dwelling times. 🙂

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  4. katiemiafrederick says:

    Ah.. Zee.. skeletons of emotions so varied..
    so nuanced.. so deep.. and so shallow
    at times.. buried deepER in heArt’s
    protecting shadows of being..
    but what i feel now
    is this is LiFE STuFF
    and without
    emotions
    there is
    not much
    left.. but anyway..
    the songs express
    those emotions continuing
    so well with your words.. if i CAN
    sell the PiLL of happiness i Live now.. i CAN
    cure world peace.. but i know the other place
    of deep feelings of depression and no feelings at
    all.. i only hope that joy comes your way.. as i FEEL from
    the greaTest depths of darkness in life CAN COME THE
    GREATEST LIGHTS
    OF PEACE
    OF MIND
    AND body
    in balance
    at least..
    where
    one
    is whole
    as ONE with GOD..
    it takes me 53 years..
    you are so young my friend..
    and TRUST ME IT CAN AND
    WILL GET BETTER AS NOWS
    COME
    TO
    YOU
    my friend..
    with sparks
    of you
    within
    LIKE
    A ‘FIREWORK’
    SHINING BRIGHT
    AGAIN..
    and yeah
    there is
    a song
    for THAT
    as well..
    by Katy
    Perry..
    sMiLES friend..
    FIREWORK
    prayers have no
    distance.. space..
    or time..
    and you
    my friend
    are
    in
    my prayers..
    where Life and
    Shit Rain TRUTH
    EQUaLLy as
    FIREWORK
    DaRK
    AND
    LIgHT..:)

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    • lifeconfusions says:

      Hi Fred, I’m so sorry for late response, don’t how I missed your amazing comment. Thank you so much for you encouraging words filled with wisdom. I know there can’t be light without the darkness and so I’ve been told so many times before. I do believe that. I do but the darkness can be scary and frightening especially when you can’t see the end of it. But I do hope for the best, all we can do is hold on and pray that everything works out. We don’t have another option, do we?

      And I really like the Katy Perry song, it was a big thing few years ago, Thanks for reminding me of the light within 🙂

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  5. nataliescarberry says:

    Well, let me say first that I thought you post tonight was delightfully honest and real. If nothing else, whatever we write about should come from the heart and be real. So I think you’ve lost nothing and in fact have gained wisdom and a compelling “voice”. Life is all about making choices and moving forward with whatever pieces of us remain in tact, Zee.
    I had to laugh out loud at this particular line: “Ah, life. You funny thing. Sometimes I love you, while sometimes I feel like choking the shit out of you, watch you gasp and beg for every breath that escapes.” I’ve been at that point so many times myself, and yet there is something so good and seductive about life despite the pain and madness of the world. So just write about what’s happening as you move on your journey, my friend. Passion comes and goes, pain comes and goes, sort of, and days come and go but not forever. You never know how what you write about impacts others, and I find that there is value in sharing our life stories whatever they may be. In my about page, I tell my readers that several years ago, I had a stroke. Two clots had to be removed from my brain. My family was told that I would die without the surgery and that there was a good chance I’d die from the surgery.
    But I am alive and have no residual damage from the stroke or the surgery. So I know that every day is a gift, and that the Lord had some purpose in keeping me alive. Though I may not be entirely sure what my purpose is, I can’t help but feel that my blog is part of His plan.
    So I keep putting one foot in front of the other and keep on “keeping on.” And I think you should too. Love and hugs, N 🙂 ❤

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    • lifeconfusions says:

      Hey Natalie, first of all let me tell you how touched I am to read your amazing words full of wisdom and love, for which I am ever grateful. You have no idea how much I appreciate you taking some of your precious time to leave me with this heartfelt comment ❤

      Thank you so much for reminding me why I do what I do, write…Spill it on paper, the good and the bad, the light and the dark. It's not easy to put yourself out there at your most vulnerable when there is big chance you will be judged harshly for it, because at the end of the day we are humans and it's in our nature to judge. When I read comment's like yours on my post like these it fulfills me with so much happiness to know that there are people out there who can relate and understand my turmoil. I will never be able to thank anyone enough, this is a great community I have been blessed with, because people like you are an inspiration. I too, believe that we all have a purpose and we are all here to fulfill it, knowingly or unknowingly ❤ 🙂

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      • nataliescarberry says:

        Oh Zee, NEVER let what anyone else thinks have an impact on your life or your choices or your writing. We are told in Scripture: “judge not lest we be judged.” I have a favorite button I got decades ago that says “If you don’t like my peaches, don’t shake my tree.”
        If there are those who make negative comments about what we write, and I had one do that to me for the first time recently, I’ve learned to let it go and instead of returning the same kind of thing to these people, I just thank them for their comment and move on. Zee, your life is about you and a sacred purpose, and if you are true to yourself and the Lord, that’s all that matters. I know you have a lot of readers and commenters and I’m sorry to be taking up so much of your time, but I just had to put in my two cents about the judgment thing. Have a great day, sweet Zee. God loves you and so do I. Natalie 🙂 ❤

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        • lifeconfusions says:

          Hi Natalie, I feel honored that you take some of your precious time to share your words of wisdom with me rather than you taking my time. Thank you so much for enriching with your insights. sorry for the late response, I’ve been away from blogging due to some personal circumstances. Reading your comment made me feel so much better. I can’t thank you enough for your extended courtesy, I totally get what you are saying! ❤

          Hope you are well. Much love,
          Zee ❤

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  6. Carisa Adrienne says:

    Zee,
    I’m not sure what your options are. I know you are extremely level headed and wise. It’s hard at times to remember how wise we are when we are going through chaos… This is what I do..

    When I’m at a crossroads and don’t know what to do. I pretend as if my oldest son is asking me for my advice. I would never guide him down the wrong path. I would do my pro and con list. After that is when I choose. ❤️

    Another thing I’ve realized is…
    Being stagnate is the worst thing we can be… I never understood this until recently…

    Zee.. You are so wise and loving..
    I want you to feel peace and love.
    ❤️❤️

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    • lifeconfusions says:

      Hi Carisa, First off thank you so much for bucking me up and making me believe that I can do this. Your love and support means a lot to me, I will never be able to thank you enough for that ❤

      That was a really wise advice you gave me, imagining our loved one in the situation and making the decision. Though sometimes even Pro's and Con's list doesn't help, I'm a very indecisive person in general I think ! LOL

      And you are so right about Stagnate being the worst thing, It would be such a shame to spend your whole life never progressing, not moving forward only to realize that you've missed all the best things in life, the experiences and the adventures that teach us so much 🙂

      Once again thank you for your comment Carisa, Hope you are having a great week ❤

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  7. Jimi Fuchsia says:

    Just make the most of the good days. When things are bad just take it moment by moment. Then one day the bad stuff will either go away or it won’t affect you as much and then things will get easier. I used to get so mad at life because I was miserable. Things were so bleak that just having to continue existing was like a form of torture. Currently I think my life is the best it has been for a really long time and lots has changed. I don’t know exactly what you’re going through but getting past it won’t be easy. However, YOU CAN DO IT ZEE!!!!
    And lastly, just like you said to me ‘I’m here if you need me’ 🙂 xx

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    • lifeconfusions says:

      Hi Jimi, it’s so nice to hear from you, Thank you so much for your encouragement and advice. I guess you are right, one day the bad stuff will either go away or it won’t affect me as much and then things will get easier. I’m so happy to see you so positive, I hope life keep treating you well ! ❤

      Thank you for being here, you are one of the earliest bloggers friends I've made here and I'm so glad we are still connected! Much love your way,
      Zee ❤

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  8. stacilys says:

    Zee, I love what Charlypriest said here. I must say that I agree. Although, I would like to add, from my own life experience, that situations always seem so much bigger than they are when we’re in the middle of it all. Of course, I don’t know exactly what you are dealing with – it could very well be something that I don’t know anything about, or something far beyond my own personal or cultural experience. I certainly hope it’s not something that could cause permanent drastic damage (this is my extremist side coming out 🙂 )
    At any rate, please please please, feel completely free to email if you want to unload, or share your heart, or if there is any way at all I can help you ok. I am here for you. Sometimes us women just need to get stuff off of our chest, and in doing that, we feel better. You may just need to do that with someone that you have never met face to face, or who is outside of the situation, and I am more than available for you ok.
    I will be praying for you sweetie.
    Love and hugs
    🙂 ❤
    (stacilys1 at gmail dot com)

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    • lifeconfusions says:

      Hi there Staci, this is what I love about you, you are so kind, open minded and understanding. I’m so pleased and humbled to read your comment and truly touched by your concern. I couldn’t agree more with what you said situations being seemingly much bigger than they are when we’re in the middle of all the chaos. We fail to look at the bigger picture of things and we sometimes see it as “our end of the world” when it’s clearly not.

      Thank you so so much for extending a helping hand towards me. Don’t worry it’s not too bad. More of it is me thinking out loud and you know the writer side of me can get all dramatic and philosophical, more than it probably has to ! Hehe

      I can’t thank you enough for this Staci, I know that I can always talk to you and I hope you know that you can do the same with me. Your love is heartwarming least to say ! ❤

      So much love for you ❤ ❤ ❤

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      • stacilys says:

        Awwwwww Zee, I’m touched by your response. You are such gem, my friend.
        I love that @me thinking out loud and you know the writer side of me can get all dramatic and philosophical, more than it probably has to ! Hahaha. I understand. I’m glad you do.
        Have a wonderful rest of the week. As for me, I’m at an arts conference in Rio de Janeiro until Saturday afternoon. It actually starts tonight. It’s hot here, but the atmosphere is so relaxing and nice.
        Tons of love and many hugs
        🙂 ❤

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        • lifeconfusions says:

          Hey Staci, I hope you had a great time at the conference and enjoyed ! I’ve been away from blogging for a while so couldn’t response earlier. I hope the weather was nicer to you!
          Can’t wait to here more about your adventure 😉

          Love,
          Zee ❤

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          • stacilys says:

            Hey Zee, I had a wonderful time. It was really amazing actually. It’s sparked some interest in me for some possible future endeavors. We’ll see.
            I hear you about being away from blogging. I have too. About two weeks actually. After my trip to Rio, there was a workshop here at home too, and it took up most of my time. My house often looked like a bomb went off, thanks to the lack of care. Eek. 🙂
            Thanks so much Zee.
            Love and hugs
            🙂 ❤

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            • lifeconfusions says:

              Haha, my room looks the same all the time Staci, my mom is always nagging me about it. I’m so glad to hear you’ve been positively busy and had such a fruitful experience..Can’t wait to hear what you might be cooking up for future endeavors! 😉 ❤

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              • stacilys says:

                Hahahaha. I remember those days. My poor mom. I’m wondering how my daughter will be once she’s a bit older. Eek. Oh yes, too busy actually. And then I have so many ideas, I feel like I could explode. hahaha. I guess that’s good too. Creative energy really is a rush, isn’t it?
                Love and hugs to you, my sweet friend. And please have an amazing week.
                🙂 ❤

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                  • stacilys says:

                    Hahaha. Don’t you just hate it when that happens. It’s like, why can’t that happen when we’re bored or don’t have any commitments, right. But during the stress of exams. Hahaha.
                    You spill those words girl, and send them out to the world through your lovely blog, my friend.
                    Hugs and love
                    🙂 ❤

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                    • lifeconfusions says:

                      I know right, during all these holidays before my university started I wrote so little. But I’m keeping my fingers crossed for creativity to hit me during exams, I don’t mind as long as I get to write something! 😛

                      I will always share as long as amazing friends like you are here to read it Staci ❤ 🙂

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  9. charlypriest says:

    This was too deep for me….. but I made some phone calls and got some advice so here it goes: Life- A constant of decisión making then dealing with the consequences of those decisions and adapting, or course correcting whatever the results of those decisio ns you made if you don´t really like the result of those decisions. Fear of making them will get you nowhere that´s for sure. You loose some you win some. But first and foremost in order to do what I have said above, you have to look deep inside of you, see those skeletons, confront them. And you´ll either crash or it will make you stronger. Hopefully the latter, but you got to know yourself and know what you want out of this life, and then, just go for it. You´ll loose things, win other things, you´ll cry and you´ll laugh. But you have to make the choices in order for you to live your life, I say again your life (what I told your friend that´s your neighbour from the country on your left if you look at the map ) and not anyone, be it family, friends, or strangers who might even be quite scary and dangerous get between what you want in your life. You can always, always, influence the situation in front of you through your choices, tough choices for sure, but you have to make them.

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    • lifeconfusions says:

      That was a pretty good advice, who did you call If I may ask?! Might need it for future myself 😉

      So anyways coming to your words of wisdom, I would agree that it’s my life and I get to make decisions and all that but where me and my neighbor (The one on my left if you look at the map) lives, it’s easier said than done. One can never understand it until and unless put in our shoes. Idealistically everything you said makes perfect sense, you can even work as a motivational speaker, you know that? Though you will have to work on your accent (which I’m sure you must have one 😉 )

      Some choices are way too difficult to make and there is so much at stake but you as yourself said “You´ll loose things, win other things, you´ll cry and you´ll laugh. But you have to make the choices in order for you to live your life”. That was very beautifully put if I do say so myself. 🙂

      Thank you so much Charly for always bucking me up! I really really appreciate it, I hope you know that ❤ ❤

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      • charlypriest says:

        I certainly understand both your neighbours and your situation, and in your situation you know when I said in the previous comment the bad people, well I do know them pretty good since I did make a nice little vacation to meet them for 7 months, tha´t your other neighbours in that coutry that starts with A. So I do understan that it can be extremely dangerous in certain areas. But you know that if you can get to do what your next door neighbour is doing going to the country in which you´re speaking this language….well it is a ticket for freedom. You´re a cualified Smart Young lady, I know it´s much more easier said from me sitting in Spain where the culture is obviously very different and I do as I want…..which probably is what got me in so many troubles in the past… I´m a misfit 😉 But even though I know it is extremely hard for you, remember that you can always always influece the situation in front of you. And as I said in the past comment, that can mean cutting ties with people that love you and you yourself being at a great risk for your own life. So is up to you to make an extremely dificult choice or not make it if it´s too risky. You can play it slowly and see when the oportunity pops up. I really don´t know your exact circumsatances but what I have learned in life, and I did put my life at risk in numerous ocassions actually is that saying I said before, you can always influence the situation in front of you and fortunately I did come up on top, quite some near misses though but I did come on top. And you´re much smarter than me , so I have no doubt that you will créate the life that you want, you´re still pretty young and you got a lot to give to this world. Just be a fighter and keep staying strong my little devil.

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    • lifeconfusions says:

      I like the way you put it, “Carve out your place in it with what makes you happy.” Sounds good to me Guapo, As you said yes life does goes on, doesn’t stop for anybody so we better learn to face all that comes our way head on 🙂

      Thank you so much for your comment, It was really nice to have you around! ❤

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  10. laughtermedicineforthesoul says:

    Yes, some days life can be a piece of “S..t!” But, if we dare enough to put off a fight, survive the crap he serves us, we might wake up with a pleasant smile the following day. So be encouraged. I’ve been there, and still walking in the valley of the shadow of death.
    Honestly, some days I don’t know where I”m heading. But after a couple fight with my cat Mikko, watching him slamming his body against the front door, while hoping he run outside. I conclude to myself, “Well, at least I’m human, and certainly have my free will!

    However, contrary to what Marissa said, yes, we may choose to be happy. But, honestly, it is a very difficult choice. After we’ve lost it all, or invest all toward those we hoped would be there for us. However, they turn out to be ones who will say “We don’t owe you anything, neither are we under any obligation to help you.”
    Yes, our children. Even if the world could not understand us, shouldn’t they be willing to help us fight the storms life so unworthily surround us?
    Unfortunately, this is not the case for most of us.
    Sometimes, even if we still have our sanity left, if we are not careful, that might be a debatable case with them as well!
    Then what is left of us? Our dignity? Because, happiness definitely has an allergic reaction toward us.

    No matter how much we tell ourselves “I choose to be happy!”

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    • lifeconfusions says:

      Hi there, I couldn’t agree with the harsh reality of it all. I have seen it first hand myself. They say children can be a blessing or a curse. And more often than not they can be the latter and nothing hurts more than the line “We don’t owe you anything”, it makes me sad and frustrated and angry. I wish the world didn’t work that way. So I can totally understand the despair that comes with it.

      As for happiness being a choice, that’s a load of BS. Choosing your own happiness is over-rated. As I said to Marissa, if it were so easy to just go around “Choose to be happy” then depression wouldn’t exist. Happiness isn’t much of a choice when your own mind is trying to plot against you and making you see things that probably aren’t even there. So yeah Happiness isn’t so easy to come by.

      But yes as you said, “if we dare enough to put off a fight, survive the crap He serves us, we might wake up with a pleasant smile the following day.” Then that’s we do, mainly because we don’t have a choice but to fight. And hopefully emerge successful on the other side 🙂

      I would really like to thank you for your comment, I’m so glad you dropped by! Really appreciate your time,
      Have a great week ahead ❤

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  11. Erika Kind says:

    Zee, I don’t know about the background of your feelings, what leads you to your crossroad, and about what you could lose. I just know that sometimes life pushes us towards a direction where we stand with the back to the wall and there is only one way out, the way forward. Sometimes we need to “lose” or detach from something in order to be able to see what really is meant to be for us. And sometimes we need to climb the dark mountain in order to see the bright light behind. The problem with all those things is that we understand the Why only later and not while in the midst of the the turmoil. Big hugs, Zee, big, big hugs! 💖

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    • lifeconfusions says:

      Hey Erika, your comment was beautiful, I love how you effortlessly understand what I’m trying to say, Especially this part, “we understand the Why only later and not while in the midst of the the turmoil.” I will agree wholeheartedly with this. I guess it’s just the part of ‘Being Human’, we only see what’s in front of us, we don’t have the farsightedness to really understand and see the bigger picture of things. Every line you wrote there made complete sense to me.
      Thank you so so much for this Erika, Hug back! ❤ ❤

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      • Erika Kind says:

        Thank you, Zee. I am glad I felt what you wanted to say. There even is a reason why we don’t know about the Why. If we would then we would not go the path we are supposed to in order gain our insight and grow on the experience. The Why is the insight. It is about being human. Totally, and we all get stuck in our thoughts, doubts, and insecurities at times… they are also a part of the path. It’s all good in the end 🙂

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        • lifeconfusions says:

          “The Why is the insight”, so true Erika. Sounds like something some huge philosopher would say. You can turn it into a quote of some kind ! 🙂

          I can totally see what you mean, everything is a part of the path which eventually leads to where we are suppose to be in the end 🙂

          Thanks so much for this ❤

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          • Erika Kind says:

            Exactly that, Zee!!! It is all part of our path and everything that unfolds is becoming brighter and lighter.
            “In the end everything is OK. If it is not OK,it is not the end.”
            I will make it a quote, you are right. Thanks for the hint 🙂

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  12. trentpmcd says:

    Words can never do justice to feelings, but you do a good job of making us understand yours, at least to a small degree. I don’t know what you’ve been through, so I don’t know exactly what you are feeling, but I can tell it is very powerful. Winning and losing? You are right when you say that is the wrong way to look at it. You can take that optimism when it makes its rare appearance and try to accept the past while attempting to blaze a bold path of your own into the future. The more you accept the luggage life has given to you, the lighter it becomes on your journey forward. So at the cross roads pick a path that may dip into that valley of hurt but which eventually goes to into the cool mountains of your dreams 🙂

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    • lifeconfusions says:

      Hi Trent, your comment really touched me. You always manage to make me feel better, Thank you so much 🙂

      I’m trying to accept the past and everything that came with it and move forward. Reading your words reminded me of my favorite quote, “So, I guess we are who we are for alot of reasons. And maybe we’ll never know most of them. But even if we don’t have the power to choose where we come from, we can still choose where we go from there. We can still do things. And we can try to feel okay about them.” So yeah I understand what you are saying. Here’s to hoping I reach the “cool mountains of my dreams” 🙂 ❤

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      • trentpmcd says:

        Hey Zee, I figured you’d like the cool mountains 😉 That is a great quote you posted.

        You are welcome. I like reading your words and getting to know you through them, whether they are deep and poetic or silly or just “talking”: I like the sound of your voice, even if that sound is written words on a blog. Nothing makes me happier than to know I’ve been able to give back just a little and that you feel better after reading my comments 🙂 ❤

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  13. wafflemethis says:

    When at a crossroads zee there are always more than the obvious roads/crossroads. Have you ever tried saying to he’ll with conformity and making your own path between the roads this way you get to do what you want and the roads never meet☺

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    • lifeconfusions says:

      Wow, now that’s a perspective I didn’t see before Rich. Yes, maybe I can make my own middle path. I will give it a thought, that was really thought provoking for me! Thank you so much for helping me out see another side of it ❤ 🙂

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      • wafflemethis says:

        It’s true zee it’s how I live my life by staying off the paths laid out before me and making my own way. Glad it inspired you always remember life is what you make it not someone else. To he’ll with them😉

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