No hope.

Sometimes there’s no hope. And no one can tell us differently

Those are the days you never wait for. You don’t put a red circle on your calendar, impatiently staring at it in the following days, because of how much you can’t wait for this to happen. No. It comes suddenly, like a wave of fear in the face, without explanations. Just there’s no hope. And to find hope in hopelessness that’s a process, and it takes time.


Sometimes it happens that you’re left alone with everything, all the bad stuff and crap you had to go through. For an hour, for a day, for a week, but it’s always a hopeless time to be in. People need other people in order to vent out properly because if negativity stays within, it grows bigger. And then disasters happen. But it’s known that people, in general, tend to avoid the bad stuff, so if you’re clearly in the hopeless state you can end up… even more hopeless. Like a blind circle.


My advice? You’re not alone with this feeling. That’s the first thing. Second of all, you have to remember what’s strong about you. What made you so strong, that you survived all those years and you will survive all those years ahead of you. It can’t be a person, because people come and go. It can’t be materialistic things, because things shouldn’t have so much power. There’s a light inside all of us, that wakes us up in the morning and keep our back straight through the day. Sometimes it’s a little bit dimmed, because of depression or sadness, but it’s still there. You have to know what’s that thing and keep it tight for yourself. To go ahead. Again.


Thank you so much for reading! I hope you’re having a hopeful week so far and a lovely weekend ahead of you! See you on Sunday.



Author: againorway

a dreamer trying to make a living in Norway

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