Nothingness

26 Mar

There’s so much nothingness.

Nothingness in the sence that there’s so much unsignificant, meaningless banality. In space. In time. In people. In things. So many things don’t have authenticity or meaning to us. So many space is wasted and without quality. So much time is spent without people truly living.
The question is if beauty, meaning, love, fun, happiness, quality are worth all that nothingness.
The question is if it’s all worth the pain and the struggle.
The question is if it is worth waiting for. Longing for. Working for.
The question is if the sunshine will really come after the rain,
or if some people are just more lucky than others in finding the sun.

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