Progress Update: A friendship cannot exist in the absents of selflessness…

Not doing too well today much like yesterday, almost no physical progress so far, although, I would say my vision is probably not as bad today as it was the other day. I have done my best to exclude my personal life from this blog, but today I’m going to have to make a special note.

Today I lost a friend, someone who was very dear to me, someone I loved with every ounce of my heart, she let me go. Today is going to be a difficult day for me, a struggle, I don’t look forward to completing a single minute of today. My depression is overwhelming, I’m draining all my strength to maintain my emotional stability, for it has been compromised.

I am devastated over the loss of a friendship that I had so much value in, the past becomes a painful thing, a memory that sinks into my heart like razor blades. It pains me to think that I have to let my past fade into the fogs of my memory. I have obtained new views on friendship, I am now much more self-aware regarding how I treat my friends, how they treat me, and how my friends treat each other.

A friendship cannot exist in the absents of selflessness…

I will forever firmly stand by that statement, because to be a true friend you must be selfless even if it’s just a show because sometimes that’s all a friend needs, wants, a show.

Treat your friends well, treat the ones you love with kindness, be selfless for them even if it’s difficult for you. Sorry this entry was more of an emotional venting session then it was an update. I guess it was still technically an update just not regarding my physical body but instead my mental health, my emotional health…

a friendship can not exist in the absence of selflessness…

 “For Miles”
By: Thrice

“I know one day, all our scars will disappear, like the stars at dawn
and all of our pain, will fade away when morning comes
and on that day when we look backwards we will see, that everything is changed
and all of our trials, will be as milestones on the way

and as long as we live, every scar is a bridge to someone’s broken heart
and there’s no greater love, than that one shed his blood for his friends

on that day all of the scales will swing to set all the wrongs to right
all of our tears, and all of our fears will take to flight
but until then all of our scars will still remain, but we’ve learned that if we’ll
open the wounds and share them then soon they start to heal

as long as we live, every scar is a bridge to someone’s broken heart
and there’s no greater love, than that one shed his blood for his friends

we must see that every scar is a bridge, and as long as we live
we must open up these wounds
when some one stands in your shoes and will shed his own blood
there’s no greater love. we must open up our wounds”

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