Regardless, who you are, we all have those little convictions of what is right and what is wrong, what you should do and what you shouldn’t. Sometimes it is your mother’s voice, your dads, teachers, priests, and sometimes your own thoughts pulling you in different directions. Annoying but entertaining for sure.
Carolyn made me think of something that I am way too familiar with – Why some people avoid or refuse to be happy? My entire family is like that. They just refuse to see positive and always see the negative, and everything that could go wrong.
They just don’t know how to be happy. They don’t know what that is and how to feel joy when something good happens. It is so much easier to be unhappy and be always upset about something.
Sometimes I think that is their life’s purpose – to find as many negative and bad things about themselves and everything that is around them to prove to everybody and mostly themselves that they are just victims of a well oiled machine called Karma. It is not their fault. Life is not fair. Good things happen to everybody else…