Monday, April 7, 2014


Webster dictionary describes it as a group of events leading to a happy ending. My question is, do happy endings really exist? We have grown up in a world where we are forced to believe that marriage and children is the final stage of happiness. People spend years if not their whole life searching for a source of happiness. If I’m going to be honest, I have suffered from the feeling of never being able to find happiness, as well as struggling to find the pieces to solve for it. This last year I met new people and experienced situations I honestly never thought would occur to me. But the truth is, I have grown so much through the smallest portion of life. I think its funny that people think I’m such a unique individual, because I think I’m weird. Believe me when I say I don’t mean it in a self conscious kind of way. I have learned to love where I stand. For an eighteen year old, I think I have been through so much, things that in a way I have learned to appreciate. The thing that fascinates me the most is that theres younger people out there who have been through worst things and have found to love their life. I’m the kind of person that finds happiness through others. This sounds really weird. What I mean is that I’m the kind of person who is willing to drop everything in order to brighten someones day. I can't quite describe the feeling I get when a friend is trusting toward me and is willing to let me to listen. I like to believe that everyone is deserving of at least one happy moment in a day. Even if it’s a simple laugh. This is why I always seem to put others before me. If there was one thing I would change about society today, it would be the pressure of reaching whatever “a happy ending” is. I like to believe that there's no such thing as an ending, and that we should all learn to appreciate our present. The thing is, our past has led us to this moment, and well this too shall lead to our future. No one can predict what life has in store for each individual, its all about learning. I think that’s what a fairytale should be portrayed as. The beauty of the present and not the ending.

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