Scared To Be Lonely
Loneliness. Nowadays we are more connected than ever. We’re all on the social medias like facebook and instagram. We cumulate friends and likes. But, if we have more and more virtual friends, why do we feel so lonely?
Caring for that people who matter, surrounding ourselves with them, getting drunk of the good they make us is the only way to never feel lonely.
We’re living on an era where everything is too fast. Too fleeting. We want to be aware of everything so we can share everything. But in the middle we let the moments go in the rush of sharing them. And there’s a lot of moments we don’t actually live because we’re too focused on sharing them. We share a lot with lots of people, but when we go home at night the only thing that’s waiting for us is our cat and the lives behind ours cellphone’s screen. Our friends change the meeting for time on the facebook, and the dinners that are supposed to actually be with friends are actually a funny thing to instagram.
Our relationships now are made of meaningful meetings with different guys that we don’t really want to waste time knowing. We want a relationship but we don’t want to work on a relationship. The time we should use to be living we use to be sharing. Always. At any time.
We keep missing the shiver of discovering other people.
We all know that’s a modern thing. But no matter how modern it is the era we’re living in, we all need people. Real people. And the only way of meeting people is to live. Some people will play a main role in our lives. Some will disappoint us. Other will teach us things and go away. But there are other people that will always be there for us. And caring for that people who matter, surrounding ourselves with them, getting drunk of the good they make us is the only way to never feel lonely. Giving them our best, even when nobody’s looking.
The next time you feel you are not living and just sharing, stop. Give you a break from the virtual and enjoy the people you love. On the backstage, where there’s no likes or shares.
Try to meet new people and to really discover who they are. The curve of their smiles, what they really like and don’t, the way they wiggle their hair when they’re nervous.
We’ll never feel lonely as long as we’re surrounded by people who makes us feel good.
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