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See Through the End

Change is constant, nothing's permanent. What's important is that we must know how to cope in these trying times. The ending does not necessarily mean we're doomed. Let's all get through the darkness until we see the light at the end of the tunnel.

See Through The End is an essay written and shared by Mira Dizon to The Ugly Writers under the theme Lovefor the month of May.

 

See Through The End

 

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Why do some things must come to an end? Or should I say, everything will eventually come to it’s ending? Yes, it’s an inevitable phenomenon. No one could stop it.

As I walk by, I noticed the tree, specifically it’s leaves. During the fall, the leaves will start to fall from the branches down to the ground. And it’s so beautiful, so mesmerizing. This is just proof that endings can be beautiful too. Not necessarily happy, but it’s lovely.

Some are being nostalgic about endings, yes I would be insensitive if I say that it’s not. Despite the despair, we must see the beauty in it like it will give way to a better, beautiful beginning. Like the sun needs to go down during sunsets and after the dark long night, it will rise again to give us new hope.

Change is constant, nothing’s permanent. What’s important is that we must know how to cope in these trying times. The ending does not necessarily mean we’re doomed. Let’s all get through the darkness until we see the light at the end of the tunnel.

 

If you liked reading See Through The End, read the previous entries written by Mira Dizon right here at The Ugly Writers:

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7 Comments

  1. Ending doesn’t stop us from a new beginning that will eventually give us beautiful and dark experiences that it makes us to strengthen our self and learn from it.

  2. Nica Elijah Velasco
    Nica Elijah Velasco

    Good article 😊

  3. Yes, all of us have endings and it really doesn’t mean that we it ended but it will just move into new beginnings like for every endings there is a new beginning that wait for us and that new beginning is something that can make us happy.

  4. Joanna Mae Andrade
    Joanna Mae Andrade

    Sobrang ganda nitong article na ito kasi binibigyan niya tayo ng pagasa, nagbibigay siya motivation sa atin na hindi pa ito ang katapusan. Kong sa tingin mo katapusan mo na ito dahil sa mapapait na iyong nangyari ay nagkakamali ka, itong isinulat ng isang writer na si Mira Dizon magbibigay ng pagasa satin na may mga katapusan na masaya hindi lang puro pait kaya magtiwala lang na mararanasan din natin yun. Itong article ang nagpapatunay na sa ating hindi dapat puro saya kailangan din natin maranasan ang mga mapapait na karanasan para tayo’y matuto at mas magiging matatag. Nais nitong ipahiwatig na sa kabila ng kawalan ng pagasa dapat natin makita ang kagandahan kasi lahat naman may katapusan pero ito yong magsisilbi na motivation natin para bumangon para sa bagong pagasa. Walang permanente sa ating mundo lahat may katapusan, ang dapat nating gawin ay malaman natin kahalagahan natin dito sa mundo, ang pagtatapos ay hindi nangangahulugan na mawawalan na tayo. Hayaan natin na dumaan tayo sa kadiliman at ito’y magbibigay daan tungko sa liwanag kaya wag tayong sumuko hindi pa ito ang katapusan.

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  6. CASTILLO, ANJELICA M.
    CASTILLO, ANJELICA M.

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