Those balls of gas in the sky called stars.

One time, I read in my science book that stars are actually so many different colors. You know, blue, red, and other colors. But the part of our eyes that see when it’s dark is too weak and the stars too far way to see the different colors, so it all looks dull, silver and grey. And not just that. If you live in the city, you can’t see as many stars.

Whenever something horrible happens, we can’t see anything good happening. What happened to the old quote, “From every big bad comes a little bit of good”? Maybe, in some part of your head, you can see the good, but you don’t acknowledge it.
We can see the stars, but we can’t see the whole thing.
We can feel so many feelings, but we “can’t” feel the happiness the others are feeling.

No.

We do feel something, even if it’s something small. Be happy that you still feel something, and you aren’t empty. People aren’t happy with what they have. But you should be. You should be happy that you’re still alive. Think of all the things you can still do.

A problem we all have is that we’re self-centered sometimes. Or maybe we’re trying to help someone, but we’re not listening to the person we’re trying to help. But remember, the world doesn’t revolve around you. Yes, you are a normal person. But yes, you can still do something with your life.

Don’t discriminate yourself for being so bad at whatever you do. If you’re trying, you’re doing good. If you’re not trying, then okay, then maybe you’re not doing really good. But you have to do your best. Even if your best might not the best out of everyone else, it’s what you did, not what some other person did. What you made, you made.

Believe in the things you can’t see clearly. Because they are there.

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