Being 'comfortable' is what we're used to do all the time, no matter the reason. However, I tend to believe that our bravery shows when we put that aside. When we decide to put all those negative thoughts away from our sight and embrace the unknown. Only then can we see whether stepping out was the right or completely wrong decision to make.
You'll never know until you try, right?
You can not always repeat the same song over and over again. In the end, you'll get bored and wonder why you haven't been open to listening to other songs as well. You'll end up with that one song, poisoning you, until you decide to erase it completely from your mind. That's your first take and, probably, one of the hardest ones on your road of life. But once you do it, you'll feel open to new songs, and, hopefully, you'll find what you're looking for.
Music is life. By listening many different songs we become rich with all those sweet emotions that life offers to ones we call lucky. Why wouldn't you be the lucky one for a change?
I guess life is all about making decisions and seeing the concequences they bring along. They can be good ones, but often, deep down, they are dissapointing and hurtful. It's always easy to make a wrong decision, but trying to turn it into something good or even correcting it is the hard part. I wonder why we tend to realise the concequences right after we make the wrong decision. How come, with all our experience and brains, can we not see the obvious? Is it our close-minded, character, reasoning or fear to blame? I think it's all of above, perhaps even more.
The key? Exploring, experimenting, being brave and versatile. Not leaving anything unresolved, unexplained, far behind. Fears, phobias and demons - they are all here for you to face them.
Because, without them, we would be so happy, would we not?
We all wear masks, but only the brave ones take them off once in awhile.