I found this post on under-reconstuction.com and I really liked it, you all should check this blog out if you like my recovery posts.
When it is all over you will not regret having suffered; rather you will regret having suffered so little, and suffered that little so badly.
Blessed Sebastian Valfrè
I came across the above quote a few years ago, while recovering from a depressive episode, and was at once bewitched. Those words by a seventeenth-century Italian Catholic priest presented to me a refreshing angle from which to view my own struggles. If one could suffer “badly”, as Valfrè wrote, then conversely one could sufferwell. But how?
That was the question buzzing in my subconscious when, as my friends went around the table sharing our new year resolutions, I’d said, “Honestly, I just want to learn to live a little more gracefully.” The year was 2017, and I was entering into the second half of my twenties feeling rather battered. By then, four years had passed since the first mental…
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