I'm sure you've heard the colloquialism it ain't over til the fat lady sings. It typically is used when referring to a series of events that are unfolding and alerting the hearer that no one is able to presume or predict what the outcome for said situation is going to be. Now this is typically applicable to circumstances that have definitive end. Like a sporting event for instance. Using this to acknowledge one's life situation can be misleading and should not be done. Reason being is nothing in life is over til you take that last breath.
I mentioned in a previous post that there are people out there that don't want to see you win. They don't want to see you succeed. The reasons can range but at its base it's due to insecurities. If you always have time to wonder what someone else is doing with their life and not focusing on yours. You sir or ma'am have none of your own. These people are the negative Ms. Cleos in your life. They spend time taking
To the people taking bets on when my life will fall apart… Yall won already (a few times over)… but might not have realized it due to the fact I've learned that I can pick the pieces back up and put that ish back together … M. Nicholson
bets in the pool of which is your life event on when you will meet your demise. Often times we get wind of the murmurings and we become more concerned about the idea or fact that people are hoping for our downfall to occur that we lose sight of our dreams and goals. Thus self sabotaging our own success.
To the people taking bets on when my life will fall apart. I got news for you. y'all won already but might not have realized it due to the fact I've learned that I can pick the pieces back up and put that ish back together. Failure can occur at anytime. It's inevitable. Don't sit up and wait for it to happen. Just embrace it when it does. Learn from it and move the hell on. You can come back from pretty much anything. Well anything except death that is. Unless your name is Lazarus or Jesus.
Life is meant to live. It's meant for you to experience. With that comes the happiness and hardships, The joys and the pains, The Victories and Defeats. That is what truly living is about. You can't know one without the other. Once you become familiar, you can better appreciate the benevolent moments you encounter.