This is my quest to a full and quality life, it is a segment of constructive thoughts that have come into fruition after reading The Outsider by Albert Camus and observing beings around me. This piece is a reminder to always be still and maybe stop looking for the next best thing.
Each of us goes through life everyday feeling as if we deserve more than what we currently have,
We complain about our own unfortunates and yet, just when we got what we wanted, we find ourselves grieving for more. We lead a life from birth believing that the grass is always greener and when death bestows upon us, we suffer from regrets and one last time, complain that we do not deserve this. This is the insider.
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