When my ex (the one I wanted to marry) ended up getting married years before I did, I was angry and bitter. I felt that God wanted me to end the relationship, and since I (capital I) did the hard work of ending the relationship, I felt that I deserved to be married and happy before he was. But you know, life is not fair.
I remember as a child we always talk about how things are not fair, and adults often told us that life is not fair, and we just had to deal with it.
Lately I’ve been really thinking about how unfair life can be. Some people have more privileges than I do, and I have more privileges than some other people. Some things I wish I can do but can’t, but there are some things that I can do that others wish they could. That’s life. it’s not fair.
Sometimes people think that other people’s lives are easier because we see that they have something that they want, but in the end, we all have problems, and we all wish that our problems were solved. But that’s life. It’s not fair.
I’ve started to come to terms with the fact that life is not fair, because whether I’m happy about it or not, it continues. I realize that if I want peace in my life I should just accept life as it is, and not feel sorry for myself of for anyone else. In the end all we are responsible for is doing the best with what we have. We don’t have to solve all of life’s problems. We don’t have to solve everyone’s problems, we don’t even have to solve all of our problems. All we have to do is do the best with what we’ve got, deal with problems as the come, and rest in the knowledge that in the end it will all work out.
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