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Are ACES Miserable?

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While going through this blogging section I found that its getting too much negative here! But is it really true that life of an ace is that miserable?

No, I don't think so! How is that even possible? Not being able to enjoy one thing does not mean that I am a weirdo or I can't appreciate anything good in life. It's a big NO!

Actually the truth is that you don't find a happy life, rather you make one. The most important thing is that we can't be perfect. Not being able to appreciate just one thing doesn't mean that we will never appreciate anything.

Now coming to 'Personal Life Department', I don't understand why people want to lose hope so soon......If one or two things go in a way that we haven't expected, doesn't mean that we stop trying and lose faith.
" Just throw the bad memories but save the lessons and move forward."
Just because past didn't turn out like you wanted it to doesn't mean your future can't be better than you ever imagined.

"Wait is always the worth."
Nothing comes immediately. You have to wait for everything. And same goes for 'Love' also......Take time and give time. Taking things slow is much better than rushing and resulting in heart break.

Not all positive change in the beginning feels positive and patience is not the ability to wait but the ability to keep a good attitude while waiting.
Happiness is not by chance but by choice. "Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass but learning to dance in rain."

Just be positive. Appericiate what you have now and hope for best. Stop crying about what you lost. Don't feel mesirable by seeing someones misery. Instead try to give them hope.
"A key to happiness is spreading happiness."

P.S. - People don't share happy moments [Nazar Lag Jati Hai (it catches someone's evil eye) ;)].
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June 24 Total posts: 34
@FOREVER
You might be right. Maybe I am too young to understand the truth of life..........
I didn't want to offend anyone. I was just trying to make people a little hopeful........
And would say, Love matures with age.
And if there is a 'saying' then it must have some truth in it.
No two persons have same circumstances and no one can completely understand other person.
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June 23 Total posts: 34
@CAROUSEL
:) yeah its right!
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June 23 Total posts: 34
@STARBOY
I'm happy to help.
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June 23 Total posts: 34
@LADYFAE
Joy is just one element of happiness, and happiness can be tinged with other emotions, even including sadness.
Sadness is vital to our well-being.
But Sadness and Depression are 2 different things.
And one more thing, Mindfully embrace, rather than suppress,tough emotions.

You might have got my answer :).
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Thank you. I needed to hear this
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Just to clarify, you're not pulling a Joy to Saddness from Inside Out on us are you?
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June 22 Total posts: 34
@MISSWISHFISH
Hey! Yeah, right. You're welcome:)
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Ok Im 31 and im here because i am hopeful and excited in finding a partner. I love being Ace! Even if youre allo there is no guarentee of finding the perfect partner. I work with plenty of girls and gays who still havent found their match and are having a terrible time dating. I know some ppl say our options are limited, yes but also consider what an allo girls said to me. 'Theres lots of fish in the sea but also a lot of trash.'

No one gets out of this alive, so just try to enjoy it, absorb as much happiness as possible out of any shit situation.
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There is a saying dear, it is easier said than done. You are barely 21, you have all your life ahead of you. Some people are 40 years old here, still coundnt find anyone. Just think about the difference between 90s and 2020. Its easier to Google in 2020, which was barely a possibility in the 90s. Once youth is gone, its gone forever. Nothing, even true love doesnt feel the same at the age of 20 and at the age of 60. There is no point of finding your true love in your hospital bed. Romance is something which needs to be cherished in the youth. You would realise what people are talking about here, only once you are in their shoes. Truth is always bitter, unfortunately.
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Hello!! I love this post! Always look on the bright side of life right? Thank you for your hope