You’re tired. I know what it feels like. You are tired but not just physically. The world is a dynamic place to live in, it demands you full attention, energy and effort, and eventually you get tired. You become tired of everything: the people who surround you, your job, your boss, your spouse, your kids…the list goes on endlessly. You simply get tired of everything.
You’ve tried, you’ve tried too much, you put too much effort in being a better person, not only for yourself, but to be better for the others around you. The world is cruel and never gives anything back so you get tired of investing in indefinite outcomes.
You haven’t always been this worn out. There was a time in your life when you were pure, full of hope and very optimistic. You thought that you can give your best and try to make difference in the world.
But the world crushed you, broken heart from un-kept promises, too many tears, and too much loss made you so tired. You have to play the games, play by the rules, and you never won. Your inspiration to try again is far gone.
The truth is, we are all tired. You are not alone. Every person becomes worn out by a certain age. We join the club of broken hearts and aching souls who are desperately searching for fulfillment. We want more, we are sick of our current position and yet we are too scared to begin again.
Certain risks need to be taken but the fear of losing it all again makes us too much afraid to start something new, to risk, to try, to change.
Life is a constant battle. We fight against each other and get tired of each other, tired of the games we play, tired of the lies we say and the uncertainties we present to each other.
We don’t want to be the villain and we don’t want to be the fool either, so we put the guards go up. Again and again, we continue playing in the vicious circle because we’re not sure what choice we have left.
The cheerful ideals you were once promised now seem tired and hopeless. It feels impossible to go on trying and giving and becoming when you are exhausted straight through to the soul.
If you feel this close to giving up I beg you to give it one more try, with feeling. I know that you’ve tries so many times and that you’re tired of your attempts.