But when you die... when you are buried in the ground... you realize, there is no change. Change is one of the most important things; you can see new things everyday. In Death, there is no Change. In Life, Change visits almost all the time.
I dont want change. I dont need change. I might like being burried in the ground..
2 years ago
I have tried it last month stayed in hospital for few weeks. I had to drop all my courses and am back in much worth situation. It does not work for me no more. It is like a temptation of an easy way out. But I know whenever I choose the easiest way I loose big time. I do not let my laziness get the best of me no more, no matter how difficult it may get. I like the language of this piece.
I've been there. Not underground but on its doorstep. When you're in that place, its like you are standing in front of a brick wall. You are too close to the problem. You are bruised and bleeding from trying to break through it, exhausted from trying to climb it, and not in the right state of mind to figure out a way around. I needed a helping hand of sorts, a friend to show me a way around the wall. Sure it was a longer trip, and there was pain along the way... but there was also laughter, smiles, and love. You ever need someone to vent to I'm all ears. No judgement, and no advice unless you ask for it.
I think everyone is bound to go down this dark path at least once in their life. You have depicted these dark thoughts in a way that most people could connect with, myself included. Hopefully you dont feel these things anymore, that you've overcome these dark thoughts. I find that writing them down helps.