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  • hopenotes__ 62w

    Dear reader/fighter/survivor/friend

    Plant some sunflowers on the eaten out part of the edges of your heart and blow some clouds of self -appreciation on the revolting thoughts of your mind.

    Stand in front of the mirror. Breathe out on its surface. Let the fog cover it. Make your favourite pattern on it.

    Stop the rush. It isn't necessary to find answers to all the things at one time. Let life unfold itself. Patiently lay in its lap and enjoy what you have now.

    Don't always push yourself in the corners of the bed and stuff your face inside the pillow. As much as you let negative thoughts take a hold on you, the more they would control you and your actions. Indulge yourself in things. No, you aren't running away. You just aren't letting the wrong take over you.

    Don't try to change yourself all at once. There are certain things and toxicities in us which need acceptance and change. Moulding is a process which takes time. It will not happen in one click of the finger. Tongue and heart will twist. Creases on mind and forehead will line up. So wait. You will get through it.

    Skies, sunsets, this nature, they are unpaid therapists. Ready to listen to the unvoiced thoughts without plunging their knowledge on you. Spend time with them instead of finding solace in fake supports (even if someone is giving you support without any mean reasons still don't depend on anyone.)

    ©hopenotes__

    Ps- sharing hope stuff from the main account. Hope notes is and would always be grateful for all of your support! ❤

    #hopenotes

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  • hopenotes__ 63w

    A short reminder

    There arrives a time when you aren't vulnerable or grieving, you're numb. In the walk of life, our feet hit a certain numbness from all the previous things biting on our skin and you don't feel like taking anybody's hand for support. You don't want to move, you want to stop, you aren't regretting, you're just exhausted and it's okay. Sometimes in this series of exhaustion, we end up pushing back the people who care for us, adding up to more guilt. Try to be polite with yourself and with them. This particular time isn't waiting for any positive words written in yellow, this time only needs your politeness towards the situation. Just don't forget to take long breathes, drink more water, read more poems, politely tell your close ones that you want to be silent for a while, spend time looking at skies, search where your passion lays, eat the food which makes you feel good and there you go. You would soon be back to yourself.

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    ©hopenotes__

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  • hopenotes__ 63w

    Hey strong human,

    Can you stop for a while and admire how you have reached till here even after going through all the times where you felt like you couldn't hold on to yourself for too long. Situations have shattered us and we have always moulded into a better and strong human after all that shattering. I know shattering takes away a lot from you, it's not always about 'this situation made me mature and this is all I want in life' because there are times when I question myself what do with all this maturity. But then I look back and realise that situations didn't just make me mature, they turned me into a person I wanted to be. Life is still the same, it's just my way of looking at life has turned better. Every situation cracks a layer inside you and takes you near to the real 'you'. You wouldn't feel it right now and you wouldn't be able to feel it if you keep on dragging past regrets with you, if you keep on cursing life with each step you take. I have held onto past regrets, I have allowed the fire of the past to burn my present oceans and regret is what I got. Please. You have to do so much in your life for yourself. The dream job, the person you want to become, all the things in your to-do things are twitching to be ticked by you, whatever you have thought to do while life holds onto you. Please, hold onto life too.

    ©hopenotes__

    Wrote it way back on my main account, felt the need to share this here too. ��

    You're going so well. I'm so proud of you.

    #hopenotes #proudofyou

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  • hopenotes__ 64w

    Long back commented this on @tamanna3 dii's post and stumbled upon this today. Felt like sharing it.

    Breathe. It's gonna be fine. You've made it till now and you'll make further too.

    #hopenotes

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  • hopenotes__ 64w

    Dear reader/fighter/survivor/friend

    You have been handling things well, the amount of mistakes, problems and other things would never define how you are handling life instead how well have you been handling yourselves after all the breakdowns does. You can anytime change definitions. We are humans and my papa says that we only have 20% role in whatever happens in our life, then why to worry about that 80% which isn't even in our hands. Us pondering on that 80% just lessens our chances of getting out the best we can derive from that 20%. Light wave, high tide, low tide, whatever it is you can handle it well. Trust the process and yourself.

    ©hopenotes__

    #hopenotes

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  • hopenotes__ 66w

    Following are the comics and beautifully motivation delivering accounts you can go through when
    your mood is off because we don't everytime feel like taking it out, we sometimes let it violently remain inside us.

    * wheresmybubble
    * Grant Snide
    * Emily McDowell
    * wawawiwa comics
    * Liz climo comics
    * Yumi Sakugawa
    * The sad ghost club
    * @espoir_ (a beautiful mirakee account recommended by @/sereiin)

    (Leaving the last account above are not mirakee accounts. They can be found by googling or on Pinterest,instagram).

    You can comment beneath if you know any such accounts, I will add it here.

    Thank you ��

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  • hopenotes__ 68w

    Death takes away a lot from us, though it's the functioning of life still the void it leaves behind continues to be there for the rest of the life. A hollowness and numbness persist to be there.

    It's not easy to see your close one, hit rock bottom after they have lost a loved one. We probably don't know how to react because we are afraid that we may hurt them if we don't respond or react in the way needed.

    After reading some articles and asking one of my dear friend about how should we be there for the person who has just lost someone close to them I wanted to share some points with you all. Of course, everyone has their way of reacting to such situations. Some voice out their emotions while some become silent.

    If they are silent then don't push them at that time to voice their emotions. You've to just let them know that you're there for them. Don't keep on asking questions. Give them time, let them come around and give them their space but just don't leave them alone.

    If they are voicing their emotions, then listen. The more they will voice their emotions, the more they will be able to accept the painful fact. Let them cry, let them be angry, just be patient with them.

    Now the common things you should do,
    1. Don't compare their pain.
    2. Don't say 'I understand' unless you have gone through
    a situation similar to that.
    3. Don't tell them how to react.
    4. If they are still not over from the death rituals then choose not to call much but just text because at that time they are already busy with people from all around calling them. If you can be there physically then nothing can be better than that.
    5. Once the death rituals are over, they start feeling more lonely. So don't disappear. Stick there with them as much as you can.
    6. Try to indulge their mind in things they love to do. They would start losing taste in everything but you should make sure that they don't stop seeing the good around.

    Such times are difficult, do take care of your mental health too.

    Also if you want to share your points, your views on how should one be there for their close one then you can share it in the comment section.

    Thank you ��

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  • hopenotes__ 69w

    Dear @poeticgirl
    It's not always easy to understand emotions and to form the right words to guide the person standing in the midst of chaos but you did that beautifully. We all have our own chaos and we all have figured out our own solutions, our own ways, our own experience and when you share a part of your soul to light hope in others, it's the most pure thing I feel so.

    Hope isn't the solution but hope is surely the path to the solution.

    Sending colourful skies and hope to your side ��

    Ps- if the words in the bg aren't clear to you then you can read this hope note by poeticgirl in the comment section of the 1st post under the #hopenotesbymirakeeans2 tag.

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  • hopenotes__ 71w

    Dear @sublimeaway
    This hope note of yours is such a therapy to my chaotic thoughts. Your words appear like the shelter I would rest under when a storm outbreaks inside me. They feel like a path I would take to walk back to my lost home. Chaos and life keep on going, what matters is what you learnt from chaos and how you implemented it on your life.
    Thank you��

    Ps- if the words in the bg aren't clear to you then you can read this hope note by sublimeaway in the comment section of the 1st post under the #hopenotesbymirakeeans2 tag.

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  • hopenotes__ 72w

    @kaetkey

    Dear ketki,
    Though you rarely come here but you always manage to sweep us off our feet with your very beautiful aura. Your account looks like a place where I would very much prefer to stay after a heart tiring day. Your words are paper planes flying high in the sky inside my flesh.
    Thank you for writing this hope note ❤

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