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Some thoughts on sadness...
Tuesday, December 6, 2011
As I write this, I'm on vacation in paradise, away from the hustle and bustle of the city streets... away from the problems and heartaches back home... trying to convince myself that I'm a fool for wasting such a view on my own discontent with the way things are. I sit staring out into the darkness, watching the black ocean and listening to its relentless ebb and flow dashing itself against the rocks time and time again, wearing down the very cliffs that stand in its way. My mind drifts back over the myriad of family, friends, and lovers in my life that are no longer with me. We lose people in so many different ways, some are our own and others not. Death takes its toll year after year without pausing to consider whether or not we're ready to deal with it. Over the past few flights around the sun, I've lost friends and family to old age, illness, accidents, overdoses, suicide and even murder. But those we lose due to circumstance along the way are no less missed... estranged exes, failed friendships, loved ones forced to one side of the fence when a relationship ends... while they might be alive and out there in the world, most of the time they're as absent as those who are no longer living.
I had my heart broken not too long ago, and the severance of communication with someone I poured my heart into feels almost as fresh as the day the proverbial hammer fell. My brain tells me that I'm being silly dwelling on it, and while it doesn't consume my every waking minute, I still feel rather raw. A close friend recently told me "[o]ne cannot be fully alive in this world without experiencing sadness now and then. But without sadness, joy would lose its luster." I was taken aback by this and paused to try and really understand the full implications of such a simple, yet profound description of the human condition.
Through all of this, I've come to realize that in all of my experience these 30 years, I've never felt so close to myself... From Marcel Proust to Patton Oswald, many people far more versed in the ways of the world than I have commented that it was during the times of suffering that they learned the most about themselves and the world around them; that during times of happiness they were content to merely pass the time enjoying themselves. It is with this in mind, that I fully understand the old saying that ignorance is bliss...
Regardless of your take on the matter, I'd like to leave you with a parting thought to ponder: despite a wealth of Hallmark-esque quotes intended to assuage our suffering and convince us to look on the bright side of life, we all experience suffering in the forms sadness, anger, rage, and despair at some points in our lives regardless of our standing or upbringings. It's very real to the person with the interior perspective regardless of what comparisons can be made. There's an opinion floating around that people with 'easy lives' have nothing to bitch about, while nothing could be further from the truth. Whether you understand or agree with someone's sadness, try and remember that it's very real to that person at that moment and your input to the contrary is neither valid, not appreciated. You can't just tell someone to cheer up or have fun, it's like ordering someone to find you attractive: it doesn't work (I know, I've tried it...) Just try and be understanding and, if you can, empathetic or at least sympathetic; if you're lacking in these areas, keep your opinion on the matter to yourself. This isn't to say that you can't make them feel better; acknowledge that you understand that they're feeling bad/sad/angry/depressed/etc but that it will eventually pass and that there is still beauty in the world and others than can ease and eventually ease a lot, if not all, of their pain. I think Bill S. Preston Esquire said it best when he sagely advised "[b]e excellent to each other."
I'm gonna go ahead and climb off my soapbox now...
Oh U are making me jealous! I love it when the blossoms come out up there...doesn't even seem to bother my allergies. *laugh* Altho' it's been really nice here too...we had a spat of 85/86 for a cpl days and I was NOT happy...too hard to adjust from low 60's to mid 80's in the same week!
Added: Sunday, April 10, 2011 12:42pm
Keeping my head above water in Cali, thank U very much. Sunday was first time we saw sun in 2 wks. My mom sez it's prepping me for my move North! lol
Added: Monday, March 28, 2011 8:37pm
Wasn't all THAT many times...I mean U can't see much of U, after all, just the fire. *winx* I happen to have a friend who photogs for a group of fire performers in the Sac area, and Ur pic always catches my eye.
T/U for the nice complement...bright blessings!
Added: Monday, September 20, 2010 6:21pm
Happy Birthday fire-flinger! Always admired this 'hot' (pardon the pun) pic...Ur b-day gave me the chance to let U know. Bright blessings!
Added: Sunday, September 19, 2010 11:14am
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