When I watch the reels on Instagram I feel sad.
I often wonder how the world has become like this.
Instagram has become a tool for people to inspire, but all of sudden everyone thinks they are all influencers.
I am not saying that Instagram isn’t a tool to inspire.
This sadness that I feel is because there are too many people trying to be or at least pretending to be influencers.
It is just sad.
As much as I have to sometimes really fight my tears of what I see, there are also a lot on Instagram that makes me cry for its message.
In a good way.
So to speak.
We need to make people aware of what exists, what is needed in life and society and how to move us forward.
There is one specific reel I have been watching, which made me cry.
This is how the story goes.
I am not a girl that you will love forever.
I come into your life.
And before you know I will pass through.
I will not be your wife some day or take care of your children.
I am simply : The lesson.
The one that shows you how much you can be loved.
The one that shows you that not all people will hurt you.
Not all people will break your heart.
Because I love you.
And one day you will break my heart and I will move on being a phase.
The tears that have rolled over my face while watching this reel, was not only about the beauty that there are these people in this world.
Although the reel talks about a girl, it is not connected to just girls.
It is about knowing we are unconditionally loved.
That goes further than being female or male.
I do consider myself to be one of this human kind.
It made me sad that sometimes our heart gets broken in this way, but it is not a heartbreak as we know.
The other person is growing and by breaking our heart, they show their thanks.
Like humans do.
‘Thank you, I am growing’.
‘I have been growing so much that I can continue by myself now’.
‘I make sure I break your heart, so we never go back to that place we were’.
‘What we had, will be a good memory and now I am there to grow further on the love you gave me’.
‘You will always be remembered’.
‘I love you’.