Sometimes, the universe, or God, or whomever or whatever it may be that controls our fate, decides there isn’t enough chaos in our life, so it stirs some problems up in its magic caldron and throws it out in the open, hitting us in the face with it. It’s a great experience, really, but it’s also annoying. I understand that problems and hardships are a natural factor in life and are inevitable and necessary for us to flourish into better people, but that doesn’t make them any more tedious.
Problems can be solved (most of them, I guess) but they require effort and even countless sleepless nights. Sometimes they can be things as small as finishing a homework assignment that the teacher never explained and you have to teach yourself at 3 am or something as big as not having enough money to maintain your family and having to work 24/7 to have something to put on your table.
The point is, whether big or small, easy to fix or almost impossible to achieve, we all have problems that raid our lives and make us desperate. We all have complex lives with complex problems and complex solutions to them; problems that sometimes we need to cut the Gordian knot on and/or break them down into simple equations to solve.
What we need to realize is that sometimes we can solve these problems with help from friends, co-workers, acquaintances, family. Life is not lived alone; it is lived with those who you love and who love you back, with those you help and who help you back.
In the end, we’re all made of stardust and we all have more similarities than we realize. In the end, it’s not about who preserves their pride and sucks it all up and struggles the most to solve all of their problems, it’s about what someone chooses to do to solve these problems and who they ask for help and aid back. It’s all about living your life knowing that you are not alone in this world.
In the end, we’re all made of stardust and with help, we can rule our world.