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|Subject: Reasons to Live Wed Jun 06, 2018 7:32 pm|| |
You matter, people love you, people care about you, suicide or cutting is not an escape, the innocent people you leave behind will suffer, get help, and if you think your life is meaningless, remember this, THINGS ARE GOING TO BE OKAY, MAYBE NOT TODAY, AND MAYBE NOT TOMORROW, BUT EVENTUALLY IT WILL ALL BE OKAY
100 Reasons to Keep on Living: (from Odyssey)
Sunrises and sunsets.
The sound of a baby’s laugh.
Watching someone talk about something they’re passionate about.
The first snowfall of the season.
The smell of artificial watermelon.
Fresh baked cookies.
Stepping on crunchy leaves.
Splashing in puddles.
Traveling the world.
Your future children, pets, spouses, or friends.
The feeling of being held in someone’s arms.
New books by your favorite authors.
The one influential person in your life that has helped you through everything.
The way dogs gets excited to see you when you come home from a long day of school or work.
Smiles on other people’s faces.
The warmth of sunshine on your skin.
The smell of coffee.
Sitting in a warm house or by a fire with a really good book.
Decorating the Christmas tree.
The chill that racks through your body when you’ve accomplished something you’re proud of.
Clumsy first kisses.
The warmth and smell of fresh laundry.
Compliments and praise.
The feeling your heart has when you see your crush.
The sound of good laughter.
Your support system (because they would be broken and lost without you).
The feeling of someone paying attention to you - the one that makes you feel safe and loved.
The movies that you leave you speechless after you walk out of the theater.
The feeling you get after you pee for the first time in hours.
The first day of spring when you can finally see the green grass peeking out of the snow and everything feels more hopeful.
Baby kisses (the open mouthed kind when they smack their lips on your cheek).
Swear words and the release you feel when you say them.
Taking a shower and then sleeping in clean sheets.
Receiving thoughtful gifts.
“I saw this and thought of you."
The feeling you get when someone you love says, “I love you."
The relief you feel after crying.
The feeling you get when someone is listening to you/giving you their full attention.
Your future wedding.
Your favorite candy bar.
Really good bread.
Holding your child in your arms for the first time.
Completing a milestone (aka going to college, graduating college, getting married, getting your dream job.)
The kind of dreams where you wake up and can’t stop smiling.
The smell before and after it rains.
The sound of rain against a rooftop.
The feeling you get when you’re dancing.
The person (or people) that mean the most to you. Stay alive for them.
Trying out new recipes.
The feeling you get when your favorite song comes on the radio.
The rush you get when you step onto a stage.
You have to share your voice and talents and knowledge with the world because they are so valuable.
Breakfast in bed.
Getting a middle seat in the movie theater.
Breakfast for dinner (because it’s so much better at night than in the morning).
Water balloon fights.
Realizing that someone loves you.
Spending the day with someone you love.
Spending the whole day in bed.
Eating a whole pint of your favorite ice cream.
Floating in water on your back and just staring up at the sky.
First dates (even the bad ones make for funny stories.)
Bonfires and s'mores.
Relationships where you love someone but aren’t in love with them.
Coming home to someone you love.
The color of autumn leaves when they change.
Singing songs at the top of your lungs with your friends.
Being wrapped up in a warm bed.
Someone’s skin against yours.
The kind of hugs when you can feel a weight being lifted off your shoulders. The kind of hug where your breath syncs with the other person’s, and you feel like the only two people in the world.
Singing off key with your best friends.
The feeling of sand beneath your toes.
The feeling when the first ocean wave rolls up and envelops your toes and ankles and knees.
Your first (or hundredth) trip to Disneyland.
The taste of your favorite food.
The child-like feeling you get on Christmas morning.
The day when everything finally goes your way.
You have to be alive to see the world become a better place (because I’m so hopeful that it will).