In life, there are winners, and there are losers. This is just a fact, but a difficult one to swallow. We like to that think that, someday, the underdog is finally head, or that the bullied kid gets stronger, or that the nerd becomes a millionaire. Unfortunately, some people never quite get there.
I think I could be one of these people, who are just born into unfortunate circumstances. I am the youngest. My parents didn't have enough love left in them by the time I was born, which could be my own fault, but it could be theirs.
The happiest people don't /have/ the best of everything, though, they make the best of what they do have. I could sit in my bedroom and cry all day because of how much my life sucks, but, honestly, everyone's life sucks sometimes. There are people like my parents out there, that use love as a finite resource, but we can learn from these people, and thank them for the lessons that they teach us.
We are all trying to survive, and it gets easier to do when one realizes that there are winners and losers, and if you might fall into the loser category, its really okay. You're among friends. =)
Hrmg Hrmg
13-15, F
2 Responses Apr 28, 2012

Sometimes I feel exactly the same way. Actually, I've been feeling this way on and off for the last couple years. When I'm low, I'm looow. But when I'm high, I'm the happiest person on Earth. There's no middle for me. In my case, no one knows how I feel. Not my best friends and definitely not my family. I just keep it to myself or write it all down in a journal I guard like my life depended on it. I do admit that I have cried to myself in my room about how sucky my life is, but at the end of the day I still try to be as optimistic as I possibly can.

Nicely stated