Unsolicited Happiness

My observation tells me that almost all the people highly active and happy on social media are likely to be deeply broken and crushed inside their real lives.

There’s this need for them to prove it to others and moreover to themselves, the need to prove that they are okay, like the next person on their friend’s list, to prove that life for them is just perfect like it is for others.


Nobody is able to freely recognize their problems and try to make a better life in real, rather everyone is busy showing others that their life is better, their efforts are wrongly placed in portraying a happy life instead of actually making it one.

Person after person keeps proving to each other something which doesn’t need proving, something that shouldn’t matter and as a result, everyone dies a little each day within their already damaged inner self.

-SK writes life


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