(last post from BEAUTIFUL KIND OF THOUGHTS )
You are sitting at a corner in a coffee shop staring at the sea of people talking and laughing, taking pictures in front of you, when all of a sudden a memory from the past crosses your mind and you are in deep thoughts and out of nowhere, the side of your lips twitch up into a smile. Important events are stored in your core memories and when you think back about it, you realize how far you have come up to this position today. I believe everything happens for a reason and sometimes it may not seem like so, but the future holds something we may not know of. Sometimes you need cry and be sad. You need to break down and be torn apart. You need to learn how to pick yourself up and put yourself back together and keep looking forward, believing in yourself and hoping for the best.
You might be wondering, why I chose an unoccupied picture that has none other than black painted all over it as an inspiration. This vast color holds many secrets and mysteries and if you let your imagination run wild, you can create something beautiful out of it or something bloodcurling that will make you cringe every time you think about it. In my personal experience, this has helped me through dark times but sometimes it can bring affliction upon ourselves. But its the way we perceive this. Darkness is not scary. It’s not being emo and listening to metal songs. I see it as way of escaping the reality of nightmare to a wonderland of dreams. I see it as a peaceful night, talking to the man on the moon while star gazing. I see it as laying down on the bed, listening to ambient sounds while snoozing off. Darkness in an enigma, only the way we see it as, we think that’s the key to uncovering many mysteries. As for me, I see it as a recovery, because through the cracks is where the light can shine.
“Just black? Nothing is ever just the color black. That color could destroy the universe, it could be the reason behind our demise. Do not underestimate the power of the color black.”