Why is Living so Hard?

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Life is a torment and we have to accept it but in order to survive it we have to not torture ourselves to survive otherwise we would all be gone, gone out of the main picture of today’s society.

Every day, every hour, every minute and every second pass away. It is the natural way of developing, of changing, of becoming something, some we have never been. We do celebrate our anniversaries, birthdays, special occasions but we never really celebrate that we are progressing in each second that passes away. It is kind of amazing if you just tried to look at it from a formal point of view.

Each minute that passes takes me to a newer more developed me. It is beautiful point of view.

Just think about it when you are on your way to work, school or to do anything. The things, feelings you experience at that precise moment, are unique, and you would only experience them once in your lifetime.

The problem in our modern society is that everything is goes by so fast. We experience our surroundings faster than it is and then we lose the way life should be. We lose many things that we never even think about. We shorten our feelings. We express ourselves less and we hurry in every aspect in life. So my question is why rush through life when we are the ones who dream of living for the whole of eternity?.

Believing in the loss that occurs to our precious life each day is a fact that we have to face at the same time as we try to find a way to solve this problem. It is a problem after all.

We keep rushing until it is too late to stop. We think we win by rushing. It is true though we win a lot, we lose the most precious thing, we lose ourselves in the process.

What I wanted to say here is that we have to stop rushing in order to stop losing.

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Donia Najar is a young Swedish author, who loves to write science fiction and review books. She says writing is her supplying energy that keeps her functioning. See more from Donia at her website www.deesses.blogg.se where you can leave comments.

Donia Najar loves to write science fiction and review books. She says writing is her supplying energy that keeps her functioning.