The number of people that get into your life can be so important to you that you forget that one day they might get out of it. In fact, you celebrate, chat and laugh as if you will never cry of this person. As if your laughs sound will ring in the sky forever.
Friendships, love stories, families and relatives. All of those are people who shape us, make us rougher with a thicker skin or make us lightheaded with a smiling heart and peaceful mind. Those same people can make your looks change, crash that smiling heart. It comes in waves. There’s nothing always the same or guaranteed.
However, what I can guarantee is that the more people get into your life, into your heart. The more it will get crushed, the thicker your skin will get and the more your looks will change. I wish people understand that the moment we welcome them to our lives, we are not just considering them people, they are a part of our story now. They have at least a role or two in each chapter of my life. Even when they are gone or left for better or worse they will always be remembered. They are simply parts of the big book of our life stories. We are all parts of each other’s life books.
Therefore, it’s just not by the number of people who are in your life. It’s just by the number of warm smiles, kind hearts around you. People who wish you the best. They appreciate you, unlike others who consider you piece of the puzzle, that if they lost it or ruined it, it won’t matter as you can be replaced with other pieces to complete their life.
We are way more valuable than that. You are way way more valuable that that. We deserve that kind of people who without them life really can’t keep going for them or for us. We are not disposable. We, humans, are much more weaker than glass we just look like titanium.
So, be careful who you allow to your life, and remember that it’s not by the number of people but what’s inside them.
Always welcomed the corner,