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Alyssa Nurse

Location: United Kingdom

Gender: F

Member Since: November 2019

Last online: November 2019

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No happy endings:

If you’re looking for a book with a happy ending you are reading the wrong book, because in life there is no happy ending, life is like a game you win or you lose. The moment you think your life is going great something bad happens and it happens to everyone, 90% of the things that happened to me in life were bad. I wish we could choose to be born, because I sure know if it were up to me, I wouldn’t be here. In my own words I would describe my life as an unfair, hard and miserable, there is no easy way out when it comes to life. What we as humans fail to admit is that no matter how much we think our life is on track it will all eventually fall apart. Everyone we see at the top will fall and those at the bottom may make it to the top but still will eventually fall. We might look at certain people and think their life is great because of the way the portray it to be but no one truly knows what goes on behind closed doors. It is so easy for people to apint a picture and lead us to think evreything in their life is perfect. Society today disdain people with money who they class as rich and wealthy, persons with less, think that because certain people have more that their life is some what easier. Money does indeed make the world go around but there are other important aspects to life that makes the world go around. Civilisation of lesser backgrounds should not assume that someone with more money then them are living an easier life. People need to realize that money cannot fix evreything. I come from not a rich but not a poor family, some people would assume that because I have more money then them my life is easy, but little do they know if I could exchange evreything I had to get back my mother I would, money means nothing to me because if I had the option of getting my mother back and live on the streets with no clothes on my back, I would do it in a heartbeat. I had a friend lucky enough to still have their mother with them, they complained about their living style and situation all the time I never use to say it but I use to always think to myself I would prefer to live in this situation if my mother was by my side, in my friends eyes she saw me as lucky, I never saw myself that way. But I was indeed thankful and grateful for what I had. I think no one really understands situations unless they are in it. I remember when my mother had just passed and family and friends tried to console me at one point someone even told me they understood what I was going through, that played in the back of my mind for a long time, in the beginning of my grieving I was angry, I was angry at the world. I thought the world had turned on me! I felt as if I was being punished for something I never done. I even at one point asked God why didn’t he take me instead because life without my mum who was also my best friend was pointless.

 

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