Keanu Reeves on Depression & Happiness

You see these people?

They are rushing to work and not paying attention to anything.

Sometimes we get so caught up in our daily lives that we forget to take the time out to enjoy the beauty in life.

It’s like we’re zombies. Look up and take your headphones out.

Say ‘Hi’ to someone you see and maybe give a hug to someone who looks like they’re hurting.

Help out someone.

You have to live every day like it’s your last.

What people don’t know about me is that I had depression a couple of years back.

I never told anyone about it. I had to fight my way out of depression.

The person who was holding me back from my happiness was ME.

Every day is precious so let’s treat it like that.

Tomorrow isn’t guaranteed, so live today!

~ Keanu Reeves


“You see these people? They are rushing to work and not paying attention to anything. Sometimes we get so caught up in our daily lives that we forget to take the time out to enjoy the beauty in life. It’s like we’re zombies. Look up and take your head phones out. Say ‘Hi’ to someone you see and maybe give a hug to someone who looks like they’re hurting. Help out someone. You have to live every day like it’s your last. What people don’t know about me is that I had depression a couple of years back. I never told anyone about it. I had to fight my way out of depression. The person who was holding me back from my happiness was ME. Every day is precious so let’s treat it like that. Tomorrow isn’t guaranteed, so live today!" #actor #acting #Keanureeves #keanu #wordsofwisdom #inspiration #wednesdaywisdom #yolo #behappy #happiness #depression #lifeisshort #livelifetothefullest

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