What do we really know about reality? And what about ‘good’ or ‘bad’? We can see some people, for instance, enjoying pain and seeking such stimulation on a regular basis. It means that it feels “good” to them. Of course, we are not talking about the cases of self-injury, which is related to a severe pain and struggles – then immediate help should be provided.

On the other hand, there are others, who perceive pain as not such a pleasant experience. So “good” and/or “bad” are relative. And so are most of other things in our lives. Everything is relative. What is important is not to take everything so exact; neither “bad” or “good”. We can learn from negative experiences, and there is only one way from feeling great, which is downhill. Nothing stays forever. Everything we experience will soon come to an end.

Savoring every moment is a must.. Crying when needed, laughing when feeling happy, even accepting anger as an emotion that is running through our bodies, but not giving in to that. Cause this too, is not real. Mindful living is helpful to those who get stuck in a state of emotional struggle and teaches us to stay present now and observe our inner world without judgement.

And, I love you!