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Thoughts

Have u ever felt liked whatever you are doing, whether is it at work or at home, is never a priority to people around you. Or rather, you as person, are never priority to the same people.

Well…I believe everyone wants to be seen, recognized, loved, heard…and the list goes on. Though sometimes we choose to be detached from our surroundings, feelings of emptiness will set in once in a while.

Pessimism? Nah. Period. Maybe that’s what. Human beings tend to make themselves look like victims whenever they feel like they are not valued.

I have felt this way before. Many times. Yes. And I got angry at everything and everyone.

And, this often leads to decisions to make us feel better. And only after drastic decisions are made, people will stop and begin to realize you mean something. It’s all too late.

I am starting to feel this way again. But, it’s all still good. Just wishing that people would soon pay a little more attention.

Life goes on….

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