Your world

What if you had a jar, and you can put anything in it, what would you? It can be your dreams, photos, memories, people, anything.

The glass jar is what you define it to be, you can choose to show it to others or not.

What will you put inside?

What will be your definition of the glass jar?

#1: Happy

Glass jar defines what you’re proud of, wanting to show off what you have or had.

Memories, photos, dreams, aspiration.

You just want everyone to know. Know that you have dreams. Know that you have memories. Memories that you’re proud of.

Everything you want to show off to others. It defines the things that make you proud, happy about your life and the things that happened to you.

Keeping it forever, giving it warmth, care, concern.

#2: Depressed.

Glass jar defines an escape. A place where it gives you warmth, when you’re surrounded by the cold atmosphere. In the glass jar, lies nothing but yourself. From the cold world, the jar is the only thing that gives you warmth. But then, glass, a material that shatters too easily.

When the coldness seems too much for you to handle, the glass shatters. Placing you back to where you began. Coldness surrounds you again. You’ll never find something that gives you warm. Feeling as if the whole world is against you. The feeling that no one cares, loves, you. That feeling. A feeling. The deadly feeling.

#3: Lost.

Glass jar. It defines nothing to you. You feel as if you’ve got nothing to show. Nothing worth showing. There’s nothing for you to treasure as well. It’s the feeling, where you’ve got nothing to lose. Nothing.

Memories, only the pain you suffered.

People, no one really cares.

Dreams, it’ll never come true.

Aspiration, too far to think.

Love, when was the last time you felt it?


Different people will have different views. The jar, symbolizes your heart. What you’re keeping inside. What you want to show, what you want to keep.

The thing about the jar and the heart, nothing is everlasting. No matter how hard you try, it can never stay there forever. You can try to piece it back up, but you can’t deny, it’s hard. It’s hard not to get shattered.


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