When You’re Always Chasing Storms, How Can You Expect To Appreciate The Rainbow?

It may seem as if hunting down the people you want and need in your life is the right option, but is it really hunting? If you know that it is easy in this world to bring down people who do nothing but harm you, why bother chasing them? They always bring you down, always poison you from the start and always hunt you down.

Chasing storms doesn’t get you anywhere in life, but if you care more about what’s going on in your life, like a hurricane, you’re only making things worse. You try too hard to get what you wouldn’t even try, and in the end you only get what you tried.

Life can be crazy, full of ups and downs, and if you allow yourself to lose something that you don’t even care about, you get screwed up. If you refuse to see the rainbow left behind after a dangerous storm, you will miss the sun. The sooner you see it, the sooner it can bring you back to life, but you have to earn so much more than that. You are a human being and you deserve to live the life you want and move forward as you see fit. It’s not just a toy to play with , it is a part of who we are as human beings and what we deserve.

Nothing is as impossible as you imagine, and even if it is, it is still only a small part of the story of your life, not the whole story.

You can work hard to become what you’ve always wanted to be, but in the end you’ll be surrounded by those who are really important to you, who were actually there for you in difficult times. The people who really matter will be there when no one else does, and they will not let you go alone on a sinking ship.

Stop accepting the bad things people want to do to you and start protecting yourself. If you have problems in your life, the way you deal with them says a lot about who you are as a person.

You are more than capable, you can believe in yourself and see how much brighter your life has become, and you do what you can do and be more capable of it.

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