The Future

The unknown is scary, and that is exactly what are future is, unknown. We try and we try to plan out our entire lives, but with no success most of the time. Everything that we do now, is paving a way to our future. I know a lot of people may think the world is better off without them, but that couldn’t be more wrong. What we say and do truly affects other people’s, lives in good and bad ways. We get to decide which one though. So, no life is worthless. At one point in your life you will make a difference to another. Whether it’s just a smile or something bigger like advice, you will make an impact in their lives.

If you’re like me, your extremely curious about your personal future. Going through every possible scenario. But what we don’t take in for account is us falling in love, or having our heart broken, or even having a baby, we tend to leave out all the parts that put a dent into our plans. I know, that as a teenager, I certainly don’t plan for fires, car crashes, or even the death of someone I love. I can hope and pray that it won’t happen, but how can I be certain. That question has gone through almost everybody’s mind, that was planning their future. As we think of this question we are filled with uncertainty, but the answer is very simple, we can’t. We cannot predict our future, good or bad, that’s why it’s called the unknown.

I am terrified foe the future, but more than that, I’m excited. I love a good mystery story, and my life is just that, a mystery. I am writing my story as I live through it, and so far, it’s full of, love, heartbreak, pain, healing, laughter, and tears. There are twists, and plots. I guarantee that if you had told me this would be my life eight years ago, I would have laughed in your face.

My life has changed for the good, I’m happy and I’m loved. I never thought my life could be like this, but it is. Our future may be uncertain and scary, but that’s life. We just have to keep putting one foot in front of the other and trust that we won’t fall.

Published by Bella Riley

I love tea, poetry, books, and all sorts of movies

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