Yesterday, we witnessed a huge shift in political dynamics.
The similarities to a Hangover were endless; ‘Why did I drink so much’ .. ‘Why did 50 million people vote for Trump’
The latter is something we must all focus on. There must be a reason why; there is a reason why.
Trump was real. His campaign struck a cord with ‘normal’ people. Us, those, who understand the feeling of a 6am Monday morning alarm. He seeked the ‘normal’ people’s vote, and subsequently got it.
His completion, endorsed rich, self-interested celebrities; I dare say she had what it took to become a great president, but her campaign had a fatal flaw.
The ‘normal’ people of this world are the core. Honest, hard working.
All is not lost; there are millions of people in this world and tomorrow many of them will be kind, happy, funny and honest. To me, that’s fantastic. To me, that’s all that matters.
Smile, you’re fantastic.
Smile, fantastic things will happen.
Working on myself, for myself, by myself.
So today we were confronted with the news that Donald Trump is now President of the United States. To many this is a disaster, but to others a triumph.
We all have our own views and opinions and all should be respected. It seems today we’ve been caught up in the choas that is the election and we have forgotten what is in front of us.
Donald Trump being elected should not dimish how you feel when a stranger smiles at you, or when a child laughs. Yes, there are going to be dark times ahead, but since when has that been any different.
Just learn to be a butterfly in the wind.
having anxiety and depression is like being scared and tired at the same time.
it’s the fear of failure, but no urge to be productive.
it’s wanting friends but hating socialising.
it’s wanting to be alone, but not wanting to be lonely.
it’s caring about everything then caring about nothing.
it’s feeling everything at once then feeling paralysingly numb.
but it’s going to be ok, yes, really.