This Is Your Death (Trigger Warning)

We already know what's right and wrong, but when you are suffering from mental illnesses, your thinking could be twisted. Sometimes, the concept of right and wrong gets blurry along with your memories. So, the message here is to seek help and find your ground. If you are lucky enough to be 'normal enough' and free from any of these illnesses, always listen. Be patient. People with mental illnesses have the capacity to always withdraw. Hold them and keep them near at all cost. Do not let them float in the abyss alone.

my tomorrow your yesterday summary

My Tomorrow, Your Yesterday

However, I really liked it because it gave me another thing to think about time. Time. Time. Time. It is a big deal, isn't it? I thought, why do we keep complaining that time keeps on going faster and faster when in fact, it is just. It doesn't fast forward or go backwards, it just goes on in a steady rhythm. Have you tried listening to the tick of the clock when the world is quiet and there is no sound but it and your heartbeat? Fact: I do that to calm my breathing when I am having attacks. Why do we hate time so much when we are the one using it? When we are the one spending it? Why do we blame time when we are the one who waste it? When we are the ones who do not use it right? How to use it right, anyway? How to live life the right way?