THE LETTER I WROTE TO MYSELF WHEN I WAS AT THE LOWEST POINT IN MY LIFE

Build walls that protect you once again, don’t lock yourself in, though. Build a door in it and windows in it, decorate that wall with posters. It’s not sad or lonely to build walls, just don’t build them so you can lock everyone out, or to lock yourself in. Others will never get tired of watching you from the outside, you’ll get tired of looking out. Don’t make yourself miserable. Protect yourself, okay? 

Do you feel like a mosaic piece in a world of perfect masterpieces? I feel like that. I’m just a glued figurine of all the pieces that people tore off, pieces of myself that I voluntarily gave to people, pieces they took without my knowledge. And at night I used to look down and see which parts of my soul were missing, have you ever done that?

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Written by Oshin AhlawatA young poet and writer based in New Delhi, India. “I believe people who write are like tornados and cyclones. We wreck a lot of lives; for better or worse. It all depends on the people who read our work. They decide where the damage is going to be; the heart or the mind and whether it’s going to be for the good or for worse. I wish to give them the choice to decide that. I’m just going to focus on doing what I want”, she says. 

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4 thoughts on “THE LETTER I WROTE TO MYSELF WHEN I WAS AT THE LOWEST POINT IN MY LIFE”

  1. I read the full post thank you.I constantly bring myself up form being down positive affirmations. They work after months and months of trying slowly they will work.This room that I am now in has a few windows, I thinking of having a door too. But baby steps I tell my self. I can’t break down and have no windows not any more.

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