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It’s not going to make any fucking sense and that’s how you become better

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For a long time I held on to my anger because to me, my anger made sense.

It was a place where there was justice.

It was a zone where things made sense.

It was a feeling which empowered me.

It was a time where I get to call the shots.

However, that effectively meant me ruminating over and over in my head about revenge fantasies. 

And it felt shitty.

Of course, none of these fantasies ever came true since I am a law-abiding citizen.

I ended up breaking a ton of shit at home.

One day, I just got tired of it and realized there’s only one solution, and that is to simply let go.

Letting go sounds cliched, obvious, trite and hard, really hard.

It also doesn’t even fucking make sense.

Letting go means they get away with it.

Letting go means forgiving when you don’t really want to.

Letting go means not getting your justice.

Letting go means doing all the work by yourself.

Letting go means erasing everything that meant something to you to create an unknown future.

It doesn’t matter if it makes sense or not.

You just need to let go. You have to, whether you like it or not.

The most successful people in life let go all the time.

The happiest people are always looking forward to something new.

The people at peace are at peace, in which they understand it doesn’t have to make sense.

I hope you can let go and make sense out of that at least.

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1 comment

  1. Radek - October 10, 2017 6:17 am

    Haha, I wonder how many of us do paint those revenge images in our heads on one occasion or another!

    But back to topic, I guess some people just can’t accept the life, the world the way it is. They call it “unfair”, and use it to excuse their lack of success and achievements.

    Life is not and will never be fair, but I think that’s a good news. Because each of us will have something to work on and to improve. Let it go, stop blaming the world and the life for not being an office full of cubicles where everyone is identical, accept the unfairness and move on. That makes life far easier, because you’re not burning your fuel on something you have zero control over.

    Great post Alden, cheers!

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