here are disappointments in life that we ourselves have dug.And how come you have such disappointments in life. Usually they come from people we trust. And for those who are good observers or have a sixth sense, it is heavier. Because people are suspicious of something, they think. And here comes the proof that we were right.
Thus, we have increased our share of disappointments in life. We got colder, stronger, harder. But here comes our conscience and says, “Who told you to trust?”
We really trust who should not. And then, there is crying and regret. The feelings with us are more outlined. The most intense yearnings and disappointments of life hurt a lot. But after we dig another problem, what do we do?
The error has already been committed. The wrong path chosen. The first symptom after disappointments of life, is crying and repentance. There are those who want to outsource guilt. But it will not do any good.
Who trusted? Who opened the door for someone to disappoint us? We ourselves! From that maturity we take error for ourselves, then there is the better part.
We got colder and stronger. More attentive too. These disappointments of life, protect us for the next. Yet caused by our wrong choices. It is totally acceptable to err.
Take the error and learn from it is the best thing to do. And these disappointments of life teach us a lot. It’s cruel and painful, but it makes us better adults. Whoever trusts much of those who do not know is naive.
Adult life is not just joy. I remember when I was a child and wanted to play more on the street and my mother said “when you are an adult and you will come to know all , do what you want, so far I have it!” At that time I thought about being an adult soon to play more in the street.
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And how I play! I wake up early, work, study, break the face. I was happy hurting myself on the asphalt, cycling and did not know. The asphalt today are these disappointments of life.
The good part is to be mature enough to realize that we are wrong. Learn from each situation. And move on. Worth crying, worth moaning, worth regretting. We’re liable to make a mistake.
Living in a world of people has that: disappointments of life. Problems that we generate or that fall to our head, situations in which the will we have is to go back in time and take a different path.
To think how foolish we were to believe. All of this leads us to a well. Deep down … It’s the reflection well. Some say that the worst place to be is at the bottom of the pit.
Each person thinks how to find the right one. You can call me crazy, but I love the bottom of the pit. It is a place of sadness and mourning, but the best decisions for my journey, I take the bottom of the pit.
Sorrow is a better counsel than joy. Crying is a better counselor than anxiety. When we are very happy, excited, we do not think straight and so, we make decisions that could be more thought.
At the bottom of the well, with the sadness and the cry of company, we reflect more. We looked at the problem well. We took all his apprenticeship. And so we came out of this disappointment stronger, colder. Prepared for the next one that probably will not be the last one.
Learning about the disappointments of life brings this letter up its sleeve: do not miss the same mistake again. Cry, regret, regret. It’s normal, just do not outsource guilt. Do not waste this moment of learning.
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