Question yourself for the better, question yourself to realize the lessons in life.
Who Am I?
Who am I??? Who??? One who changed from being an optimist to being a pessimist? One who changed from smiling lips to tearful eyes? One who was once loved and now hated? One who was deeply cared for and now left alone? Who am I???
A part of someone’s life or a mere forceful responsibility? One who changed from a free spirit to a dead soul? One who had all the attention and is now ignored and abandoned?
Maybe I am the one whose every day and night is a lonely day and a lonely night. The days are silent, and the nights are crying. The mornings are hopeful and the evenings thoughtful. Maybe the one with silent lips but with a shrinking heart.
1. The Confusion
With a pen in hand, I am speaking treasured words. Whose ears have heard from the loveliest to the cruelest words? Who am I? Maybe someone… Perhaps the one who was innocent and is innocent still. Or perhaps no one.
2. What Is Life?
I am a learner who is learning the lesson of life. Every day is a new chapter. Life is like a butterfly, with many different colors and emotions. Some colors and emotions are beautiful, but some are dark and haunting.
Life is the most challenging book. Like a butterfly, I can fly but see the crude world; I sit and cry. Life allows me to suck in the prettiest moments, but there are hard times too. Life teaches the meaning of dimple cheeks and the taste of salty cheeks. It teaches the essence of happiness by gifting a few moments of pain.
I just realized! I often keep staring into nothingness. I introspect and ask various questions to myself. Why am I so lonely, or is only my heart feels so? I am the victim of my mind. From where shall I bring back the optimism?
3. The Realization
Realization after you question yourself: Books Are the best companion. Books can break the loneliness from the inside and the outside. They never leave us alone and teach us the true meaning of life. Books allow me to read the words I can never say, the thoughts I should adopt, and the people I can never be. Instead of piling up my mind with negative thoughts, I pile up books.
Here I end up writing with a positive note. Lonely people don’t feel alone when books are around. Books can change your life, thoughts, beliefs, and perceptions.
I think all of us should have a habit of reading. Reading helps you imagine what you have never imagined before or could not imagine because you were busy blaming your life; you were busy being lonely.