Hands up

We are all going through shit. I’ve known joy and pain. I’ve made it through both. My mental illness has stolen so much. I think it’s given me insights though that have made me a good person. I will continue to struggle and that’s got to be all right. May we in the end be blessed. I think that’s something worth fighting for.

3 thoughts on “Hands up

  1. You made a very powerful point… For all that we have gone through (mentally speaking), I think we all come out of it a better person. More empathetic, compassionate, and understanding towards one another and others who have been in our shoes.
    I loved reading this post because there is so much truth in what you said.

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