Limbo

Limbo

ˈlɪmbəʊ/

noun

An uncertain period of awaiting a decision or resolution; an intermediate state or condition.

It’s okay to find yourself in a state of “in between”. It’s almost as if you feel nothing, or you’re unaware of how you should feel, or anything else really, that falls under the general category of being “off”. And you know what? It’s okay.

Who decided being in a state of “in between” is a bad thing? At the end of the day don’t we all occasionally let our minds wander off to limbo? Where you feel… nothing and everything simultaneously. Where you’re waiting for something but pushing forward waiting for nothing.

Not broken. Not put together. Not damaged, but not okay either. You just are. It’s a fragile state to be locked in.

It is in that state where your motivational anger grows. I say motivational anger because it is best to channel that emotion and use it to drive you, to motivate you, to get as far away as possible from that limbo state. Eventually you’ll feel the gaps, the differences, the distance, and it’ll all be worth it.

-Noor Gharbo

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