It’s ok to Cry

It has been raining for the last few days and honestly, I felt a bit bad for our guests here in the resort. Just imagine, you have been planning this trip for such a long time and you are so excited to see the sun, the sea and the sky, get a nice tan, show off your color to your friends (while they are let’s say in Europe where the temperature is almost at freezing point) and by the time you arrive here, there’s no sun but gray sky and heavy down pour of rain.

And if this happens to you, you might ask yourself – I came to the Maldives for the sun, but where is it?

There are certain inevitable things in life and no matter how we plan things, it doesn’t happen our way. Frustrating, right? But there’s nothing much we can do. And sometimes, fate can play some sort of a game. Unwanted things happen almost all at once and no matter how strong you are, you’ll come to a breaking point. And when that time comes, remember that it’s ok not to be ok. It’s ok to cry.

Crying is not a sign of defeat. It is just a sort of a break between you and your frustrations.

Look at your world once the rain is over. You won’t only see rainbows. You’ll  see a whole new world, fresh and full of life with brighter colors.

Sometimes, we just need to cry to release all our frustrations and clear our heads up. And once our tears have done their job, we’ll be able to figure things out. We’ll have a fresh new outlook.

So go ahead, cry and give yourself a chance to start anew.

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9 responses to “It’s ok to Cry”

  1. Awww. I just wish that it won’t be rainy when we visit Taiwan next week 😦

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    1. Ayooooo….we can’t do anything about weather….but let’s hope….

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  2. I admire how you creatively used simile and metaphor to describe raining and crying. Plus the picture gave the best implication altogether. 😉

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    1. Yahahaha salamats 😄😄😄

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  3. “Look at your world once the rain is over. You won’t only see rainbows. You’ll see a whole new world, fresh and full of life with brighter colors.” … with these words, I am comforted. Salamat ng marami 🙂

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    1. Hi Michelle…long time no see…salamat at nakapagbigay comfort ako 😉

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      1. May pinagdadaanan pa po Ma’am, pero alam kong matatapos din ito. Salamat talaga. Anlaking bagay:)

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        1. Kaya mo yan! God Bless!

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  4. Wow, macrophotography! Sometimes, those tears are what dim our vision of reality. Kaya gaya ng ulan, ibuhos lang ibuhos.

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