Difficult circumstances wash over us in our lives. In spurts and chapters, the effects in both short and long terms can be immeasurable. It’s just the unknown. One thing is that sometimes we feel unlucky to be in bad health and/or in challenging life stresses. From there, we often spiral down to depths of depression and frustration that was inevitable.
But there is a time when giving up just becomes a frustration towards yourself, at a certain point.
“Why? Why, do I have to live like this??”
We are on this earth for a very brief slice of cosmic time. Whether you look at our temporary visits as a fortune or a un-redeeming fate of dark proportions, we must drive to seek some kind of positive.
Just if, to survive.
Death in physical form is in all of our futures. Death while living, is something we all should avoid.
Josh Carlin’s ‘Over My Head’ was written by hime when extreme headaches from deep depression captured him in that realm. He’s escaped, trying to never go back.