It will keep you float

It’s been rough couple of months — almost a year.
Trying to stay sane. Trying to say all that without sounding sorry for myself (that’s not the intention). But through the dark times I am learning two things – love & friendship — it will carry you through those rough patches. It’s not going to be easy, you gotta pace it out. At times you are going to be the jerk and sometimes it’s the other way around. More often than not, it is not going to look like a emo indie film, but those relationships are going to be around just to pick you up when you are almost on the brink of drowning. Obviously, you’ll have to do the swimming yourself, but they keep you afloat.

It’s excruciating, maddening, humbling, all at the same time. I am learning that I have some precious people in my life who have gone above and beyond and I cannot ask for more. I am deeply grateful.

Maybe I am rambling, who knows anymore. That’s not the point and it’s not important.

This is:

If you are reading this, I hope that the struggles that you are going through, that nobody sees, pays off. That you don’t feel helpless even when you are at your best; I know a thing or two about it. I hope you have more of love and friendship coming your way.

And I hope that you cherish, recognise and accept it when it comes your way, and more importantly reciprocate it when the time comes. ♥️♥️


  1. I do not know your story, but I know mine. Trying to focus on the present moment helps me. Looking back generates anger or resentment, looking into the future – perhaps worry. I’m enjoying my cup of coffee, or the nice walk, or the comfy sofa, or the great laugh with a friend. One step at a time.
    Take care.


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