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So many of us rely too heavily on others to make us happy and to keep us happy. Husbands & wives, boyfriends & girlfriends, co-workers, friends, children and parents, on down the line to even the people we deal with at the gas station, grocery store, etc etc. want so much from one another and act put out when things don’t pan out the way they want them to. We’re all going to let one another down from time to time and while some may have the best of intentions, no one can be here for us always and forever. One day, each of us is going to die, going to leave others behind. It hurts when one we love passes, it’s like tearing a piece of our hearts out of our chests and that empty place never fully heals. Death is unavoidable, but so is the pain it causes those left behind. Some say, well why even bother attaching your heart to anyone when you know one day they’ll be gone or you’ll just hurt them when you pass on? Why? Life would be rather lonely and pointless if we didn’t love. We shouldn’t count on anyone to make us and keep us happy, that happiness needs to come from being content with who we are as individuals first…though I firmly believe there’s nothing wrong with admitting that the presence of others enriches our lives, brings us joy. We’re meant to love one another and bring joy and light to one another. However, we must learn how to be happy on our own as well. How can we truly be happy with others if we’re not first happy with who we are? It’s easier to bring that light and love to one another if we’re already content in life. Don’t mind me, just in an odd mood at the moment. โ™ฅ

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