This is my story for thanksgiving. The meaning behind “Bus Friends”, everything I didn’t quite tell other than to my closest friends. If you are struggling with friendships or relationships, give this story a read. I hope it inspires you as out of everything I have written on my blog, this has just got to be one of the hardest things to write. That’s partly why I am putting it out here, because I do not want to write about it any more.
All the time it is either me that is feeling like shit or someone close to me that is feeling like shit. We all have our bad days but it’s just crazy how life tricks you when you think everything is ok.
I didn’t understand suicide or depression at all a few years ago and I didn’t even know about self harming or anything like that, though you can say, I was depressed on off all throughout growing up.
We all have scars, a history we cannot bear, but we need to put that behind us.
And we all get judged by something that cannot be changed, but we need to just ignore those judges.We constantly feel we aren’t good enough, and we lose courage, and hope and faith in simply what the truth is.
Others forever tear us down, even those that did it unintentionally and unknowingly, and it just hurts so so bad.
We lose those close to us often by emotions, and it just is so painful.
We constantly feel we aren’t good enough, and we lose courage, and hope and faith in simply what the truth is.
The Lord and his father our God are blinded when it comes to genres of something.
Whether it is a song, a movie, a book or whatever it may be, God and Jesus couldn’t care less about what the genre is, for they only care about the message contained inside.
You can phrase to The Lord and his father our God however. Sing it out, speak it, rap it, or scream it with all your lungs. They don’t care how you do it. What they do care about though is do you mean it when those words come out of your mouth? Is every word true?
No matter who you are
No matter what you do
People always want something else from youYou could be Steve Jobs, or you could be that poor boy down the road begging for mercy and people will always want something more from you, something else from you.
You can be anything and people still will always want you to be something else.
They want you not to be you, and it’s up to you to stand up for yourself and tell them,