Actually, we always get disappointed in life. Our family disappoints us. Our friends disappoint us. Our job disappoints us. Even ourselves, we feel disappointed in our self. In short, people will always disappoints us.

We will always feel disappointed with the people around us at some point in our life.

But, the painful disappointment we could ever have is disappointment from our family, closed friends, and ourselves.

I’ve been disappointed countless of times. People always failed me, even my loved ones and special people in my life.

But, do they really failed me? Or I just failed to understand them better?

The thing about this disappointment is that, I always blame myself. I was disappointed because I set too much bar for them and I’m not really worthy of their love and understanding.

But, then again. I’m done with self-blame phase. I know better. I know what I deserve and I respect myself.

I know that no matter how disappointed I am with people in my life. I must remember that it will not define my worth and value as a human.

I am my own self and I must not feel disappointed for respecting and being compassionate with myself.

Because that’s how life works. People will disappoints you and hurt you, intentionally and unintentionally. But, here’s the deal, we can always learn and understand the deeper perspective and complexity of human interdependence.

But there is one who will never disappoints us.


God will never disappoints us no matter what happens. We may feel disappointed at times that is because we have limited understanding of His grace and love for us. His love for us is so deep that He let His begotten son died in the cross in order to redeem us from our sins. God loves us. His love is eternal.

Let us put our confidence to our God. God saves. God listens. God is good.

Published by She Writes

She's a dreamer. Hopes to be lost in oblivion but the truth is, she just wants to be seen and heard. In quest within and lover of life. This, too, shall pass so I will keep going ; I still don't know. I'll rest for the mean time.

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