there is nothing “wrong” with you. there is no “right” or “wrong” way to be. there are better decisions to make, decisions that will not hurt others or yourselves, and that’s all anyone should ever ask of you, to make the better decisions, the most positive ones. it’s not about making the “right” decision because there is no “right” decision to make. we are not a math problem with a finite answer. we are infinite. we are possibility. and if you have a hard time making those positive decisions, it doesn’t mean there is something “wrong” with you. you are not “wrong” or “bad” or “evil.” you are human. you make positive decisions and you make negative decisions. you might need help making positive decisions, but that doesn’t mean you are broken. it’s not a “bad” thing to need help, whether it’s someone to talk to or a pill you have to take, it doesn’t take away any amount of your worth. you need to come to terms with the fact, because it is a fact, that you are a good person only wanting to do good in the world who can’t do it all on their own.
i don’t want to fall when it’s easy
when the world is concealed in clouds and light.
i want to fall when i think i can’t.
to me, that is love.
unexpected, but calmly and politely making itself at home.
and it stays, composed and consistent and confident in it’s kindness.
that is love.
it isn’t a whirlwind.
it isn’t a hurricane made entirely of accomplishments.
it just is, without asking to have to be.