Looking Beyond Disappointments
This shot was taken at Zugaike Park it was warm that day so I ended up wearing this rather casual outfit. I enjoy visiting parks because it gives me the sense of peacefulness and I am able to think clearly.
When I first came here in Japan everything was a rush because I only have a month to explore everything and knowing how time fleets, 1 month is not enough for me. But right now I am happy I finally get to sit and write a post, and oh, by the way, hope you could drop by on my travel blog since I've already put up some of my travel escapades here in Japan - www.nanatraveldiary.blogspot.com but for now I'll be taking some time to write something more journal like. I love writing post like that and I think it was quite a while since I post something like that.
Hope, I'll be able to finish the post since I'll be out strolling again in a few hours just trying to enjoy my last remaining days here sniff sniff.
Walking around the park made me realize a lot of things. I've forever been an optimistic soul, but there are times when failures and disappointments get hold of me that I sometimes tend to forget how to be positive and when that happens everything about life seems so slow, doubtful and a puff. But you know looking beyond disappointments is easy if you cognize how to surrender your thoughts. See the positive from the disappointment. That is what I always tell myself. I constantly tell myself that everything occurs for a reason. Some reasons we can't understand yet, but definitely we would when the right time comes. I always keep a planner where I also keep all my thoughts and prayers. And you know it's always nice to write a letter to God. When I first started doing it I felt so much relief, so I suggest you do the same. There is nothing more powerful form of reprieve than communicating with God. Agree?