On Things I’m Not Good At

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I always thought that I’m the best and I can do whatever life brings to me. But, the truth is, I’m not. When life brings me down and I hit rock bottom, I realized that there are actually a lot of things I’m not good at.

I was afraid to face it so I feigned my confidence. Knowing that I’m actually not good at everything scares me so I tried to ignore the truth and hid it in the deepest core of my being.

But, reality showers me with truth and I had to wake up from my fantasy.

There’s nothing wrong about having a weakness. There is nothing wrong about being an average. There’s nothing wrong if I’m not always good.

It’s okay to feel frustrated when I don’t easily get something or understand it.

Life is difficult in general and I had to accept that truth. So, I had to sit with all the things I’m not good at. I had to accept it and embrace my weaknesses. It’s hard. But, an essential part of the process.

It actually makes me sad. Knowing and discovering that I’m actually not good at something that I really love to do. What’s even more painful is to let go some of my dreams because it is not in line with who I really am.

Sometimes, I really had to accept that I’m not really good at something and that is completely okay.

Well, of course it frustrates me a lot and it really makes me feel bad. It is sad but all the insights that I gained with all my pains and frustrations surprisingly gives me so much peace and better mindset.

I may not always be good at something but it doesn’t mean I’m less 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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