“No two people can see the world in the same way. No matter what you’re looking at, no one is seeing it the same way you are.”
It’s taking all the courage and patience inside of me to handle my former best friend at the moment. Just when I thought things were going to be okay, they didn’t.
Sakshi thinks I should relax, and be happy for my birthday (which is tomorrow, by the way), but even she knows I don’t function that way. There is no switch inside of me that I can flip and turn off all the emotions that are making me crazy. Which, I think, is a very big inconvenience at times. Avra should’ve been here. She’d know exactly what to do with the situation I’m in. She always does.
It’s getting scarier with every passing day, the thought of things never going back to normal. I can’t believe I actually screwed up so badly.
But somewhere in the back of my mind, I think I know that whatever I did was the right thing to do back then. I act on impulse. No hedging the bets, no contemplation- just pure, raw impulse is what I base my decisions on.
Now, however, it doesn’t seem all that correct. Life is crazy, and we tend to lose our minds with it.
Why is it so hard to move on?
Divya thinks I should move on, Sakshi thinks I should move on. But moving on doesn’t mean forgetting people; it means forgetting the memories that cause us pain.
Well, you know what? I’m not going to stop here (that’s just not what I do). Let’s sit back and see how all of this plays out.