Snip. Cut. That's how my life would have sounded since the past 2 days.
You know what, when you decide that you want to do something then nothing can stop you from doing it. Remember I recently said that if need be, it is important to cut out people from life. Well, I've been doing that and I could not be more happier. Unwanted people, unwanted clutter, unwanted chaos, all thrown out of the window. Life is light and clear now. Yay me! :)
But the best part is when crap automatically moves out of your life. Then it moves out of Facebook and my beloved blog too, making them places that are fulfilling and easy to visit now. I don't feel an ounce of remorse or agony. It had to happen someday. The sooner the better. The only regret I have is that why didn't this happen earlier. No worries, better late than never.
Someone once told me that the more people you have in life, the more complicated it gets. Seems to be true now. Trying to put off things, putting up with the haphazard feelings of people, struggling to cope up with clingy friends is a bigger baggage than any broken relationship or the past. I've burnt my baggage now and life's already looking bright.
Although there is a certain someone that I'm not able to cut off. Every night I make a promise to myself that the first thing I'll do tomorrow morning is to tell that person to get lost. But each time I look at him, I change my mind. We're great friends, but things have gotten a bit awkward now. The thing I hate the most about him and the very reason I'm even contemplating on cutting him off is that the awkwardness doesn't get to us. But when I'm alone, my mind goes back to actually what is happening. I don't know if it works the same for him too. He's not a very expressive person, but I might be slowly hurting him. Or getting myself hurt. Either ways that's not a risk that I'd want to take.
As for the others who have bid a goodbye to my life, all I would want to say is good riddance to bad rubbish.