Quote by Rupi Kaur: “i don’t know what living a balanced life feels ...”
I don’t know what I’m living for.
It affects all ethnicities, cultures and religions. It is a last resort, a desperate attempt to quell the never-ending and relentless pain that monopolizes your mind. I will tell you someone loves you despite how you feel inside. I will remind you that you are not and never will be a burden. It would be like observing two gunshot wounds, one in the chest and one in the leg.
There was a time when I looked at the world without hope. Luckily, I stumbled onto resources, ideas, and practices that helped me reconnect to my wisdom, my heart, and my interests. It was thinking that I should know what I want. When I think I should know, I put pressure on myself. When I accept the present moment as it is, it frees up a tremendous amount of energy. When I stop resisting, I can start living.
Don't believe that for one second! I remember when this first happened to me - I didn't want to continue living. Thank God I got through it & you.
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Jessica Stillman. In , I packed up everything I owned into two suitcases and moved from San Francisco to London for love. More than 10 years later, I still live in Europe. There have been a lot of changes in that decade. I got married, had a daughter, and moved around, first to Amsterdam, then back to London, then to my husband's native Cyprus where we've been for the last seven years. Living abroad has taught me a ton about myself and a lot about the countries I've lived in.