“Everything you do right now ripples outward and affects everyone. Your posture can shine your heart or transmit anxiety. Your breath can radiate love or muddy the room in depression. Your glance can awaken joy. Your words can inspire freedom. Your every act can open hearts and minds.”
—David Deida (via losing-every-extra-pound)
I’ve been an optimist for too long and it doesn’t really work for me. It’s just me. I’ve been so sure of what I want since I was 12, but now I wished I was brought to a different path. I’m not really fit for this. It’s not in my personality.
This is why I shouldn’t have an all nighter or stay up later than when everyone’s asleep. Because I come to conclusions that my life sucks and that I don’t really like what I’m doing. In fact, I despise it. I hate sitting in class pretending to be interested in what freakin models professors are discussing and listen to them complicate theories that can be interpreted in to simple ones and solve mathematical shits with several greek letters contained in radical expressions then deriving them later on fuck I don’t really know what I’m saying. But who the fuck am I to complain when I’m not the only one who’s confused about themselves. Who the hell really knows what they want to do when they enter in college? When they enter life? I should be lucky that I have the luxury of choice, but restricted as well to the system that the choice we make must have a pay off that can be converted to a fiscal one where we can find security for ourselves. But in that depth of worrying about our future we forget about happiness and what we want to do, what we are made to do. I usually question characters (or even people), who “goes out” to “find themselves.” I never understood that. The sacrifices they make in order to find happiness. But now I do. That will be my priority once I graduate. I’m getting the fuck out of here as soon as I can just for my parents’ sake and I’m gonna “find myself” even if it kills me.
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“Destroy the idea that men should respect women because we are their daughters, mothers, and sisters. Reinforce the idea that men should respect women because we are people.”
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