I cannot pretend to take credit for the title of my blog-post, that must go to Bon Jovi with the same titled song. “Everybody’s broken” is not meant to be a negative, despite the very obvious negative attachments to the word ‘broken‘. I don’t think Bon Jovi meant it to be negative either, although I can see how the lyrics can interpreted this way. But this isn’t about a song or lyrics.
A series of events, a personal problem, a conversation with a friend and few other anecdotes had led me here, writing this blog post. I think it would be hard to find a person that isn’t of the opinion that social media usually only portrays the very best of us. But there is more to us that what we let the whole world see, there are those little bits that we only share we a few people or keep to ourselves. We are all dealing with our own problems, facing struggles, however big or small, that we’d rather not be. Everything isn’t always as we want it to be. The truth is we are all a little broken and broken is alright.
The truth is we are all a little broken and broken is alright.