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Those Pieces Are Not Too Tiny To Put Together

Hello there, I just want to tell you today that no matter how broken you are those pieces are not too tiny to put together.

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You can still put them back together and keep moving. Yes, you will have a few cracks here and there. You might even end up with a few gaping holes.

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Do not feel bad about them. They are there to show life that it failed to put you down.

I know you might not be able to get all those tiny pieces together. But who says you have to anyway?

Those Pieces Are Not Too Tiny To Put Together

We leave tiny pieces of ourselves everywhere we have been, on everything we have touched and everyone we have come in contact with.

However, the whole parts that make us who are we still contain duplicates of those tiny pieces.

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But when we pass through some tough times, it becomes more than just shedding pieces, or dropping them the whole part brakes and the pieces shatter.

I was not just broken I was shattered, so much that I had no idea what I was doing here anymore, or why I was alive. I was tired of living.

I prayed for death but it never came.

Whenever I woke up in the morning and realised I was still alive, I would squeeze my eyes so tight as if I could blink myself into oblivion.

I asked God why He didn’t take my soul in the night.

I have a loving family, caring friends, yet life no longer meant anything to me. I had no idea what I wanted. I stopped caring about who I wanted to be.

I didn’t even know who I was anymore.

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Amidst all these, one thing I was thankful for was God gave me one reason to keep breathing. I didn’t want to die and live my family broken. I couldn’t do that to them.

I felt broken, so I know how horrible it is. I didn’t want any of them to ever experience it. So I lived one day after the other with smiles so they could smile.

It was a torturous existence. I was no longer living.

Then one day, I decided to live for me, to find a purpose, my own will to live and not just live for someone else.

But I had no idea where to start. I couldn’t continue from where I stopped I was no longer that same person in my past.

I couldn’t be in the present, I was lost. I saw no future either. There were so many pieces of me scattered here and there.

There were lots of missing edges. I tried piecing them together, there were so many cracks. Torrents of emotions, memories seeping in through the cracks.

Then somehow I got over it. I found a way to rise above them all.

I even got into a relationship, but I came out worse than when I got in.

I was sure I was shattered beyond fixing, that the pieces would come flooding out this time around no matter what I did. There was no way of getting out of it.

I blamed so many things, I blamed myself more. I was tired and all I wanted was to rest

But then I remembered I have been through worse

Some people give broken a beautiful definition, I know I do.

I am one of those people and you can be too.

First thing I did was to stop being a victim, I stopped seeing myself as a victim of life, of everything that has happened. “Enough is enough,” I told life one day.

“I have had enough of you dishing out what you like to me and not what I like or deserve.”

And so I picked up all those tiny pieces as much as I could and started putting them together.

I am still on it, that is the truth. There are cracks, there are holes, lines, ragged ends, uneven lines all over me. But they just show I am a warrior. And I am still standing.

As long as you have faith that you are not beyond fixing, you are not. No matter how tiny those pieces are, you are not beyond repair.

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