depression, life, Motivation, suicide

Everyone has a story to tell….

Good Evening peeps….

13/03/2019 #13

Today’s blog is #13 where most of the people fill its an unlucky number, I feel it is just a number and why would it be an unlucky number ???? Till today I have not been able to know why its called unlucky number.

Since the time I started blogging, I have been getting emails, messages from all over and some talk positive some negative and some have stories to say. the story about their personal life, a story about their family, or something that they go through but most of them fear to speak out or rather share their story as they fear to be judged.

there are many types of stories: stories to teach lessons, to share messages, and to motivate others. Some stories are happy, while some stories are sad.

Depression, suicide, loneliness and many more are the reasons for not having somebody to share their stories with. Reaching out to somebody and just telling them ” I will always be there for you ” Can really Change somebody life.

Here is a secret: Don’t spend life striving for perfection — perfection is elusive and not real. Just try your best and not worry about perfection.

Most of our social media posts are stories or photos that show the better side of our lives — yet there are thousands of people who like and share posts that speak of human tragedy and imperfections.

We desire to have perfect lives, but we know deep inside nothing is really picture perfect. We are imperfect beings, and we find unity and hope in one another’s imperfections.

Life is very short and unpredictable what is going to happen the next minute. Which passenger new after 5 mints their death is waiting for them? It is so sad to hear the news of the crash of Ethiopian flight god loves them more RIP AMEN.

“Everyone has a story to tell. Everyone is a writer, some are written in the books and some are confined to hearts.” 
― Savi Sharma, Everyone Has A Story

I wish I could reach out to all or at least help any person going through depression or thinking of suicide at least I try and talk to them and help.
 Are we willing to take time to listen compassionately to the sorrows or concerns of those around us or even strangers? Every person has a story. If we can just remember to listen, we can proceed without criticism and blame, and maintain an open sense of well-wishing, respect, and kind regard — important characteristics of true compassion.

Thank you if you liked it kindly do comment, If you want me to share anything kindly do let me know.

Love all 

Mehul Sutar 

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