How can happiness and pain be parallel?

Emotional Pain is so harsh, no one wants to feel it. With pain comes endless tears of patronizing failures that make us wanna cry. In fact we do cry, and pity our self for god knows how long. We criticize our circumstances and seek comfort in any possible way we can. We think that pain is a result of wrong decisions and try to make the “right choices”.
Well what if there are no right choices? What if pain is inevitable? What if, with pain comes the feeling happiness and satisfaction as well?
You might be wondering that what on earth am I talking? How can pain come with happiness Right?
Well Pain comes with everything we do. Pain is the disguised name of the “cost” we pay for success or the “sacrifices” we make.
So instead of complaining about being in pain, start choosing the kind of pain you want and try to sustain it.
For example you want to be famous, then learn to except criticism and don’t give a damn if you’re trolled, because guess what? This WILL happen. You either need to learn to live with it or give up on wanting to be famous.
This is something everyone knows but no one wants to agree to this because it’s too harsh to accept.
Well the earlier you accept it the better you’ll be able to shape your life and the less depressed and sad you’ll be.

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13 Comments Add yours

  1. Great article. This particularly hits me too hard. My pain comes in the shape of small acts of misfortune that keep happening to me whenever I experience happiness and joy. But, you’re right, it’s worth it after all.

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    1. Arushi says:

      I’m so thankful that you can relate to it Topics like these are too sensitive and people don’t often want to accept it. But someone has to after all take the initiative to bring out the reality right? I’m glad you stumbled upon this post

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  2. This is so very true! Pain is an inevitable part of this life. Having a realistic outlook about it is so vital for emotional and mental health. Great post!

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    1. Arushi says:

      I’m happy that you understand and appreciate the postπŸ’“πŸ’“

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      1. Absolutely do! Grace and peace to you today, Arushi ❀ ❀

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      2. Arushi says:

        You too Jennifer! I love your page BTW, your site is fab!!

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      3. Thank you so much dear! ❀

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      4. Arushi says:

        Your most welcome

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  3. Akriti pandya says:

    Great post. 🌸❀️

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  4. Akriti pandya says:

    Hey. I just wrote a new post would love if you could review that. 🌸

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    1. Arushi says:

      I’d surely look into it!

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