If I took every sad moment and put it in a pile, that pile would be big. If I put every happy moment in a pile, that pile could potentially be bigger. It could be smaller. But every moment of confused emotions and frustration is not a "could be" bigger. It’s a "definately" bigger. The times when the human mind does not know what it feels are more frequent than any other feeling, and why? Because the human mind is too complicated even for itself.
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