Just curious

How does one start with positivity when everything seems so dark?

How is it supposed to begin, when it is harder to breathe even in abundance of air.

I know there must be way because all things in nature have indicated me to that.

To find that way, where am I supposed to begin from?

I know a ray of light will find me some day but I doubt whether I would be still intact then or not. How that flower is responsible which was about to bloom but that sudden rain took away it’s period of blooming and it’s hope to open up to the warm sun.

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  1. Dulcy Singh says:

    Very nice thoughts 👌 👍

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    1. Ursa says:

      Thank you very much Dulcy for the encouragement

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      1. Dulcy Singh says:

        You expressed so well 😀💖

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  2. Using your metaphor, I think the question is – what can you use as a surfboard?

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    1. Ursa says:

      Yes absolutely plus how do one manage to think of even using the surfboard.

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      1. I suppose one must train his/her imagination 🤡

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      2. Ursa says:

        But does one’s capabilities leave him when experiencing near death experiences

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      3. From my limited human experience, it seems that it depends almost entirely on who that “someone” is – there are people who have risen from the depths of despair to achieve great success, but that isn’t the majority of people, unfortunately. It comes down to how much determination each individual can muster up.

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      4. Ursa says:

        That is true. But believe me it’s so hard to grow through despair and motivate one’s mind and soul to move forward with tides. Thank you for sharing your word of wisdom 🌺

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      5. Good luck – I’ve been through some dark times and thoughts myself, and I wouldn’t say that everything is rosy in my life, but I have at least found some sense of purpose that keeps me moving forward.

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      6. Ursa says:

        Thank you for sharing your experience. I pray that your purpose stays and grows with you👍

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      7. Ursa says:

        I mean *does not one’s capabilities

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  3. Cheryl says:

    I’ve seen flowers drenched by showers. They looked like a loss. But it would quit raining and they would perk up as if never wet. Always surprises me.

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    1. Ursa says:

      Yes there are flowers who make it even through harsh weather only to see sun. Damage the rain sends down always remains somewhere and the wish to stay longer with sun always resides in them. It’s their goodness that helps them to soak some sunshine

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