“Is this for real or just a plastic?”
I often hear it from friends visiting my backyard, the 1st time. And I felt bad everytime for this little Monstera and those plants being questioned because they are just pretty.
Is this Monstera too good to be true for you, too?
We have these habit; I don’t know if it’s bad for you or what not but it becomes too toxic sometimes for some.
We oftentimes question one’s intentions when it’s too sincere.
Or someone would have to ask, “did she go under the knife?” when someone is celebrity pretty or voluptuously sexy.
Someone would even accuse others of hypocrisy when they show strong faith.
Some would even say happy couple won’t last long because forever doesn’t exist.
When things feel overwhelming and we get too happy we still get to question, “Am I dreaming?”
Are we not believers of true and real beauty?
Have the world already weakened our faith for love, sincerity and kindness?
People now a days are afraid of commitments because of failure. We see the brokenness, the flaws, before we even try to start to create our dreams.
Because we are afraid of authenticity we fear risks.
It isn’t wrong to be that kind of person who does things only when sure of success. But the beauty of life is in the risks we decide to take everyday, the reasons we take it and people we do it for. Our unhappiness however is often caused by our cravings for perfection. And we aspire to gain perfection, security and stability from doubts and skepticism. Such is a paradox.
To be happy is to believe that happiness is real. You gotta believe in something beautiful like family, friendship, love. Because they really exist. And they are worth the risks.
Just a random thought this morning. So to friends checking out my backyard garden, never doubt of my babies 🌱 authenticity. They are damn real! So pls DONT TOUCH THEM!!!
1 comments on “Believe in something real.”
I’ll try not to touch those when I visit. Love the Monstera BTW.