Most people will call me a happy and bubbly person (which I am most of the time). But I can get really sad pretty quickly especially when no one’s looking. I have struggled with poor mental health for a few years now. And, some days, it’s been really hard to cope with and I feel overwhelmingly scattered. You guys see the smiles and the cheer. I am left to see the frown and the cries. But it’s okay not to be okay. It’s okay to have days where the only thing you can do is just sit still for hours in your room and glimpse of tears stream down your face. Life is HARD. I’m not saying it is easy. But it’s okay. We just have to keep breathing even if it’s rapid and escalated. Even when the people you love hurt you. Even when things are not going the way you thought it’d go. All these things scatter your life like a big hurricane blow. That’s why you need to trust the process and let everything go. And hold on to the one thing- that’s faith. When life feels empty, build from in heart, the solid peace that comes within. I have come to terms with my not so okay life. It’s both scary and thrilling all at the same time. It’s also extremely difficult to comprehend. Because some days I’m at the mountain top and three are others when I’m sinking in sea without any oxygen in my body. But I’m still okay here and now. And that’s that matters. I will keep speaking about mental health awareness in a few more posts to come. Thank you for reading. 💙
Nothing hurts more than being disappointed by someone you thought could never hurt you...but what makes you better than them is forgiveness. It takes a strong soul to apologise for their mistakes and a stronger soul to forgive those mistakes. Always be careful with your words. once they are said, they can only be forgiven, not forgotten. Don't become the person who hurt you.
People often lose each other as they let their ego and pride keep them from apologising.
But one must always remember that "sorry" only works when a mistake is made, not when someone's trust is broken. Everyone makes mistakes at some point of their life, but what matters the most is that you try your best to correct those mistakes...but regaining someone's trust will cost you much more then a " sorry ". So in life, make mistakes but do whatever never break someone's trust and if you do then apologise to them..not just by a few words but by your actions. Your ego or pride should never be valued more than your relationship/friendship with someone...a few unspoken words can leave a heart broken.
A simple " sorry " Is not going to cost you anything..At times you might not find forgiveness by apologising, but you'll always find a much peaceful state of mind after it. Don't apologize because you want someone's forgiveness, apologise because you've accepted your mistake.
Forgive what hurt you but never forget what it has taught you. Never hurt the person who hurt you, hurting someone will not give you any peace but forgiving them will.
We need love in this world, not hatred. If you've hurt someone, then take this post as a sign from the universe and apologise to them now, let them know that you value their friendship more than your ego and pride❤ - JK.
We are living in a time you must share Jesus more than ever with others. To those who don't speak to him or attend church. He is waiting for your belief in him. Slow down and reflect on moments you might have overlooked him working behind unanswered prayers.....or were they? I tagged others who can lead you to him. They all are different but one or more is right for you to just attend or listen online the message they are sharing and never be afraid to attend because of your sin or today's times with news. ALL OUR SOULS ARE CALLED TO ATTEND AND READ THE WORD OF GOD. How else do you the truth and the world needs the truth more than ever. Feel the chills when you worship! Good Grace Good God song. #christians#jesuschrist#truth#unbelievers#hate#teens#sadness#depression#suicide#financialfreedom#floods#2ndchance#divorce
The National Day of Prayer is Thursday, May 2nd and we are gathering across from the Jefferson Street V.A. clinic @1830, for one hour of corporate #prayer .
The #suicide rate in the veteran community continues to rise and James 5:16 (KJV) says, “Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.” .
As we continue to create solutions to the #mentalhealth#challenges faced by the veteran community, let us join together in the spirit of #unity to pray... .
I see you.
the one who feels broken and alone.
the one who thinks this world isn’t worth the endless struggle.
I see you.
the one who has been abused and neglected.
the one who wonders what’s the point in taking another step when all roads lead to more pain and disappointment.
I see you.
the one is burnt out and bitter.
the one who wants nothing to do with God or Jesus or church or the Bible.
I see you.
the one terrified and inhibited.
the one who chooses fear over going after what you want most.
I see the real you because we’re two sides of the same well-worn penny, you and me.
I too have felt the emptiness in my core.
I too have lived endless nights trapped in my own self-hatred and I can’t promise you tomorrow will be easier.
I can’t promise you that the breakthrough is just around the corner.
I can’t promise you this horrible season won’t ever come back.
I can promise you that there in the midst of the darkest nights there are two things you can cling to: hope and love.
hope that God can bring you back from the dead—it’s kind of his speciality.
and love. Love from a God who loves you like a perfect father holding his new baby—not because of what you’ve done or haven’t done, but just because of who you are.
If you think no one sees you, you’re wrong.
I see you.
God sees you.
Keep fighting the darkness my friend… hope and love are waiting for you. 📸: @marydenmanphotography
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If the only prayer you say in your life is ‘thank you,’ that would suffice.” Gratitude means thankfulness, counting your blessings, noticing simple pleasures, and acknowledging everything that you receive. It means learning to live your life as if everything were a miracle, and being aware on a continuous basis of how much you’ve been given.This video with mind coach, Vrinda Mehta in conversation with Mr Himanshu Ashok Malhotra will help you understand how valuable life is, so respect it and have gratitude towards it.
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Social media is a great way of portraying our highlights, the best elements of our lives. But the truth is, we all have our struggles.
I personally have never known a time when depression, PTSD and mental health issues has been more of a reoccurring issue with people who I know very well, people close to me.
We really need to be there for one another. From personal experience, just knowing people care during times i have been at my lowest has made all the difference. It has saved me
Please, never underestimate how valued you are. People care, they really do. Reach out
Oh goddamit Marie.. yes it looks like hell - but it makes a BIG NOISE!! Back in the weeds for the Finale!! Episode V gonna 💥💥💥 #editforever#patienceisavirtue (and that second one is AFTER I discovered “nesting”)
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"Ich war so verliebt in dich
Aber es juckt mich nicht
Es ist schon okay, es tat so weh
Doch die Erde hat sich weitergedreht"