Arbitrary Life Happenings

So this is going to be another weird post. Prepare to laugh at me.

I got my hair cut today. I really really like getting my hair cut. I just love the feeling of the cold metal touching the skin just above my ear.

Told you it was going to be weird, but don’t pretend you don’t like weird things too. I know you do hehe.

I also have gotten the help of an absolutely WONDERFUL classmate in school. If you didn’t know, I’ve been suffering from ‘depression’ for the past 4-5 years, and in the last month, it got a lot worse, but I opened up to this classmate, and she has been working wonders on my mental health. I never felt comfortable sharing my story with anyone before, so I don’t know what changed. Maybe since I started this blog (it’s a lot easier to open up online to people you don’t have to face in the real world)I’ve become more open? I definitely admitted to myself that I’m not ok, which is good. I don’t like lying to myself, I’ve realised.

I love humanity. Actually no. I love what humanity can be. This classmate/friend/trusted ally/best person in the world is what humanity CAN be. You, my readers (I love you all)are what humanity CAN be. A lot of the rest of the world is what humanity IS – lying, fake, money greedy evilness.

Maybe that’s a bit harsh, haha. The world definitely does need to change though, if it is to survive.

So, that’s the post. VERY rambly and all over the place, and not very substantial, but there you go. I actually have an AS Level resit exam coming up which is important for my Uni application, but hopefully I keep posting in my schedule of every other day.

Published by Harry

The shy, anxious guy in the corner

10 thoughts on “Arbitrary Life Happenings

  1. glad you’ve opened up and found a caring friend to share with ๐Ÿ™‚ Sadly many suffer from depression to best to be open with it to those you can trust so they can support you.

    I also love a good haircut, feels fresh and clean again ๐Ÿ™‚

    I’ve decided none of us are inherently ‘bad’ it’s just about our values and how we treat each other …

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  2. Your honesty is beautiful and healing for you and others, too! Love seeing your first steps into courageous opening, with a healthy dose of discernment to whom one opens. So paradoxical, this weird world ๐Ÿ™‚

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