I’LL CATCH A RAINBOW FOR YOU, MY LOVE.
WHAT ARE FRIENDS FOR?
For starters, a really helpful pal recently stumbled upon an online article titled STOP CHASING THE WRONG THINGS and emailed me this to swipe mutual opinions, cajoling that the contents can do wonders to pep up any sad guy’s deflated soul.
Of course, he’s darn right. Upon reading, the thunderous dark clouds quickly disperse and a brand new world appears to shimmer in my mind. (gasp)
Being the creative idiot that I am, I envisage rainbow hues, I see rain… at least for that one brief moment, and I thought it’d be nice if I broach a little about the “poetic magic” here.
I am thankful to the the anonymous author for such a lovely reminder.
Sound advice from an experienced smartie, because in life, all of us are too busy + starry-eyed to take heed of little deeds.
NO, life ain’t easy. Nobody says it’s going to be.
We get edgy over the slightest mistakes and punish ourselves as though doomsday is around the corner.
Again, LIFE ain’t sweet as well, but we still have to let go and plod on with as much positivism as we can muster.
You may begrudge a smiling face as you may never know what harbors behind that emotive facade.
We need to spruce up our appearance, action and speech because first impressions count. Always.
Again everything is easier said than done during depressing times, but we’ve just got to look at a different rebound.
Let’s pause for a moment to read this:
When you stop chasing the wrong things you give
the right things a chance to catch you.