When one man looks within he finds joy, happiness, and a life to be grateful for.
For another, he may find boredom, a sense of worthlessness, lack of purpose, or pain and suffering.
But what if what one finds is not the point to measure or grade.
What if the point that matters is that we're feeling, deeply and wholeheartedly, despite what we feel. And learning to handle, face, and accept whatever emotions and thoughts that we find within ourselves?
Isn't this where emotional health begins? With honest and truthful feeling?
Maybe through accepting ourselves, we can better accept the world.