Whenever we look for something, we always look far away from us that we have forgotten to check things right under our nose.
We always hope to find someone or something better-a place we can call our home, someone who would truly love us, a lifelong career, a genuine happiness. So we leave our comforts. We go to other places hoping it’ll be the home we have been looking for. We change jobs to find the ultimate one that makes us feel alive. We find love from the people around us.
Yet, most of the time, we wind up in a messy place. All along, the home we’re looking for has been with the people who love us. The love we’ve been looking for has been just by our side, literally.
We always hop on to the bigger things, or the faraway things. Why don’t we first look on anything or anyone who surrounds us before we do something crazy?
But you know what, if it’s meant to be, it will be. It will be delayed because of the traffic we personally did to ourselves, but we’ll arrive at the end of our journey..
-Ren, 7:32 pm, May 5, 2016
*Realization from the movie Love, Rosie. Hence, the title.
**Brain Fart will be entries about sudden stream of thoughts that are not edited at all. Just like this last two sentences.