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Drowning in this blog post represents a situation or condition that causes you to see your self falling, lacking self control, lacking stability, lacking balance, staggering, gasping for help, gasping for some sort of air or may be you are just in a helpless and bad condition. All your guards are loose, you see yourself falling and you’re trying to fight it back, you’re trying to force your way out of that pool, out of that water source, out of the very thing that’s causing you pain and confusion and putting you in a place of helplessness. Oh yes I want to say don’t stop fighting until you get out of there, I want to say don’t give up, keep forcing your way out of there, bring on your swimming skills BUT, maybe sometimes we need to suck in the pain and the moment and learn from it. How do you grow if you never fall, how do you learn how to walk if you never leap and look for support, how do you learn to walk if you don’t get up whenever you fall, how do you learn to write a perfect essay if you don’t write ugly ones and take correction, how do you learn to eat of you don’t pick up your cutlery when it falls after every attempt.
Maybe and just maybe we need to fall to see the giant in front of us, to enable us know how to fight better. So if you are going through the worst thing on earth right now, just go through what it is, worrying and fighting wouldn’t stop it, maybe you need to free yourself in this and that is the only way you would come back stronger.
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