The Clear Complexity

It’ll all end One day.
We’ll lose the ones we love, the ones that matter.
And nothing in this world can help that fact.

One day, it’ll actually make sense.
Things may get clearer or they’ll just remain complicated.
But in that fogginess will we find our hardest moments.

One day, the only things left with us would be the memories of the dream world that once was, but might never be.

One day, we’ll be alone, thinking about the mistakes, the moments, and the thought that perhaps it was never enough.

One day, we’ll understand how seconds really do matter to the tiniest detail, and it’s these tiniest of details that make our life
worth living.

One day, we’ll understand what it means to be happy, to have someone special, to have people to talk to, to have a life.

One day, we’ll regret the chances we didn’t take ’cause we feared our dream world seemed too real to be true.

One day, we’ll forgive and forget, repent and regret, loose and let our lives and our breath.

One day, we’ll understand how, in truth, it’s actually the sadness that made the happiness more significant, for smiles follow
tears and tears cause smiles, and that is the only constant cycle in our ever-changing cosmos.

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2 thoughts on “The Clear Complexity

  1. I don’t do ‘one-days’, they are demotivating. What I think matters is that we LIVE.
    LIVE the life that God gives. Use it for His glory. Surrender to His purpose and win.

    When I talk about winning, I don’t mean petty gripes with other humans, I mean win the battle against living according to the flesh, walk in the Spirit and win the battles that are important to God. Fulfil the purpose for which God created you being born into flesh and more importantly being born into the Spirit. That is when you can truly say that you have lived.

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    • Agreed. To each his own.

      But thinking that one day we might not have the life we do now, makes people want to live for the moment, making the most of life as they live it, and hence enabling them to see how beautifully every single detail has been designed.

      To each his own battle. And the thought that each second matters makes one wake up every morning with an aim to really love and live happily, not by himself, but also with the joy of others.

      Thank you so much for your feedback. ❤
      And I love your blog. ^^

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