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You think your time is wrong when you don't feel like yourself. You feel lost, anxious and hopeless. Your hopes seem shattered and you find a wave of unfulfillment within you. When people start leaving for no apparent reason and you desire nothing but to lay in your bed all day long. You have loads of work but don’t feel like doing it. When you don’t feel like listening to anyone, every advice brings nothing but just a burden that you can't take anymore. Rather you don't want to take it anymore. You start hating the crowds and people bring anxiety and you think to yourself how they were initially not supposed to do that.
When your happy place is just you and your unstoppable brain with unclear thoughts. When listening to music is the only remaining good feeling to exist within you. When listening to birds chirping gives you joy. When every ray of sun that kisses your skin turns into a search for hope and motivation. Why can't you just feel the warmth of the sun without having thoughts inside your head anymore? You ask yourself. You find the sunset so peaceful and hope the next sunrise will bring back the lost you. The lost you that you don't remember losing. You find happiness in flowers and butterflies around it. When you love being in the woods with just you and your thoughts. And nature becomes your only source of happiness.
When your stomach grumbles, heart wrenches and your messed up mind says “your time is wrong”. Just know that you are in the right place at the right time and your time is never wrong. Never was. Never will be.