Mary Elebijo

A Blessing in Disguise

They say disappointment is a blessing hence, every disappointment lurking is a blessing in the corner.
Being human is a complex state of being. You sometimes know what the wait is about and the concept of delayed gratification yet, you cannot comprehend why you have to go through the period of wait which usually seems like your entirety is kept on a hold for the unknown because your fate is about being determined by an unknown human like you, based on your qualifications or the behavioral disposition of the said determiner of your fate.

Anxiety becomes your greatest company, fear becomes an undertone of your actions or speech, you begin to feel paranoia and wish yourself to have been in a certain situation much preferable than your present predicament. The world all of a sudden seems to be reveling in some exciting entertainment euphoria and you seem not to be in touch with your world talk more of the world in general. You realize how time seems suddenly slow striking its hand of seconds in an unusual snail progression.
You get tired of actually waking into your reality but slowly you begin to distract yourself and yank yourself free. You deliberately begin to set yourself apart from that subject matter you have just gotten disappointed for or expecting a feedback.

Life begins to pose and unfold phenomenal issues that was hidden in the cloud of your once upon a merry time. Life is indeed a roller coaster swinging you into different directions. So eventually the subject matter either manifests or becomes a blow you have to deal with. Dealing with it comes with a lot of regrets and “I could have done it a better way”

Guess what! The way you did it then isn’t exactly the worse way. You then look back in time and realize you actually did survive that lonesome season of internal doubts, life’s seemingly unfairness and the very unknown and uncertainty that got you lost in your own world.

Replaying the memories of the gloomy times becomes a strength and a struggle worth recalling. A feel of appreciation from your retrospective view of the struggle tugs at your heart.

 

 

Disappointment:A Blessing in Disguise
Disappointment:A Blessing in Disguise

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From the Desk of Mary Elebijo

An Abstract Writing

Disappointment:A Blessing in Disguise

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