I've watch friends and family monopolize their livelihood on dwelling on things they can't control. I've been a misfit to my own family many times, because my education, morals, and values have often seperated our beliefs. Through every cryptic situation I've experienced or observed within my family, I've chosen one side; that is the side that doesn't isolate me from who I am.
In life you can either burn bridges by asserting yourself as the only opinion that matters, or you can cultivate your existence by leaving wonder to matters that do not define you as a person. I stray away from adverse situations that have no magnitude, breadth or depth, for who I am and where I'm trying to get.
I marvel, in the sarcastic of terms, at how social media has changed the world. People display their life, morals, and values as if they are Catholics sitting in the confessional booth. Whatever happened to privacy and humility? Seems as though that has fallen by the wayside with the essence of disappointment.
Disappointment sucks; and what social media had provided is a " like " for other peoples disappointment. Some people live to just know someone else shares in their misery; that their being understood; that they're acknowledge. It is a daunting way to live. People should seek positive transformation in their life. Transformation that proactively creates positive reinforcement in their livelihood.
Flaws are pits in character that we must address and sometimes accept. They are not disillusionment of who we think we are; they actually provide us with self reflection to address our disappointments in life. Live proclaiming disappointment as a temporary state versus a bullet of damnation. Opportunity... I keep speaking of that word... Is a recourse to your discourse of disappointment. Make things happen in your life because you are worth it, because disappintment simply sucks; it should not be the end of your world.