Hello friends… wait – I don’t have any of those. Hello readers :). Oof, there we go. So, recently so so much has happened. Things seem to be going so well… too well. I’ve been thinking about how much longer life can go on like this for. The answer… as long as I damn wish. I mean, that might sound super selfish but let’s be real. I can keep this up as long as I want to as long as I respect what is going on around me. That might sound completely ridiculous but think about it. You can have anything you want as long as you work hard for it and respect it.
Anyway, I’m waffling. What I wanted to talk about is my life and how it’s been in recent times. I don’t usually get the chance to do so. Recently, I’ve been enjoying life. You may well be very shocked to see such a statement written by me and believe me when I’m say I’m shocked to be writing it. But I’m glad I am. There are a few different reasons why I’ve been enjoying life but they aren’t all your cliche reasons.
I mean, of course the first reason is my relationship. How can I not be happy about that? It’s going so well and getting this one ‘hello ❤️’ message from her genuinely makes my day because I know that she cares about me and loves me from who I am instead of loving parts of me. She is the kindest, sweetest and smiliest person I’ve met in a very long time. She is exactly what I need in my life. She makes me happy.
Now, lots of people might have this down as a reasons they aren’t enjoying life. But I really enjoy my job. The people are super lovely, they make me feel a part of a family. I think this is super important because what’s the point of you being there if you don’t like being around the people you spend so much of your week with? Exactly.
I’ve always been told to do what makes me happy in my life. It’s a good piece of advice. It’s one that I will follow years and years to come. Mostly because it’s a good piece of advice. Why would you bother spending your time doing something you don’t enjoy when you could be doing something you like? This is why I spend as much time as I can running. I enjoy it, it’s good for charity and my health.
I’m waffling again. What I’m attempting to say is that I might not have the most money or the biggest house or family but I do have a huge heart filled with love, a head full of intelligence and a healthy body. Those things make me lucky. So why wouldn’t I be happy. I mean, obviously, there are things that still get me down, even after 2 years. But there are so many more things that make me happy which is why I spend more time pursuing them. You should do the same.
Yugen – a thought about the universe which is too deep and complex to put into words.