What does it really mean to be happy?  Popularity? Wealth? Having many friends?  Standing in the hall of fame? All those don’t guarantee happiness. 

Life itself is a bundle of little  strings, no matter how tight you tie them, They always become untied.  
A group of people you believe are what happiness is about  tend to hurt you the most, it may not be by intention but attachments will always bring so much rigor that you even question your value

However,  the greatest feeling will always be to have people in your life who will always make you feel loved and appreciated.  I strongly believe that everyone was born with an enormous need for affection  and a Terrible need to give it.  After all,  who wouldn’t want to love and be loved in return. 

There are people who will  come into your life and change your whole perspective towards life,  but the sad thing is that your attachment to this particular person will always bring so many expectations,  and once those aren’t met,  disappointments.  You then start questioning if they value you as much as you value them.  The human race,  that’s just how we are

The saddest thing is that we’re not all blessed with the opportunity to  have people coming into our lives.  Some of us are so dying to have someone in our lives who’s going to make us feel safe from all the things that hurt us inside, That someone whom we can find comfort from, someone to love us for who we are,  or rather,  in spite of who we are.  But we don’t always  get that presented to us on a silver plate.  We try to adopt that connection with people,  but it’s so sad that the feeling is not always mutual.  What you feel may not necessarily be what they feel.

How do you find happiness when your heart is more fragile than your smartphone’s screen.  Heartache and pain is all you ever know.    They say your happiness shouldn’t depend on anyone,  but what does that even mean if people are the ones taking away your happiness.  Not that you literally let them,But some people are so close to our hearts that any fault will get you all gloomy for years.  


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