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|Posted on March 31, 2017 at 3:30 AM|
For my final day of #5DaysOfGratitude, I thought appropriate to leave this particular subject till last. The art of Mindfulness is something that I recently took up towards the end of last year and since then, my life has suddenly turned around and everything is brighter. Sometimes life is not easy. Sometimes there are moments when you just don't want to get out of bed in the morning so that you don't have to deal with life. These days are unavoidable. When you look at those who possess such a positive aura in how they live their life and as a result, reaping success in their ventures, the simple thought of these type of people ever having a crappy day or bad moment will never cross your subconscious. This is not true! Everyone...and I MEAN Everyone will suffer from depression at one point or another. Some may just experience small bouts, whilst others experience chronic depression. The reasons for these drop in mood levels and activity can range from the smallest to the largest of reasons. Everyone has their own little triggers & reasons, and whatever they may be, that pain will be felt. How that pain is dealt with differs from person to person. After all, everyone is unique. Some people will wallow in this state of being and just allow it to run its course until they finally arise from the gloom. Some choose to figure out how to deal with this issue on their own, keep their heads held high and just keep moving forward with their life - never letting this 'darkness' to stop how they want to live their lives. On the other hand, some people need a life line that will help drag them out from the murky depths. Whatever the situation is used to help deal with the pain, the main things to remember that the healing process will take as long as YOU emotionally, mentally and physically need it to be. Take your Time.
Categories: 5 Days of Gratitude: March 2017