- friend who lives hundreds of miles away: i made food
- me: can i have some
that would be interesting
Learn to be patient.
Learn to be kind.
Learn to appreciate.
I don’t understand people who don’t answer a question asked via text message, email, etc. Like, what makes you think I’ll be satisfied with your response if you just totally disregard a question I’ve asked you more than once.
If you’re not going to do your part in the project, just drop out. Don’t let other people do the work for you and take credit for it, and don’t say you’ll do work and not add anything to the powerpoint. Stop complaining when you don’t do anything. This whole thing may have been unorganized, but we had some control and you chose to blame others.
I’m sure that you have heard the phrase: “You can be anything you want to be”, and that the possibilities of where life could take us is infinite. Suddenly as we grow older, as least for me, this fact of life has become far more daunting than inspiring. When there are so many possibilities, it feels so easy to get lost in life, and worse, it feels easy to make all the wrong choices.
I find myself helplessly hoping that someone would just point me in the right direction and just tell me what I’m suppose to do with my life. There are times when I catch myself wishing that I could trade away these infinite possibilities in order to halt all this confusion and anxiety that constantly surrounds me regarding my future. I’m just tired of trying to find my way through this world when it feels like everyone else has a map or has already found their destination.
Life is filled with endless possibilities, and if being completely honest, I’m scared because it makes the world seem so much bigger to me now. It makes me feel so small and lost. In the end of the day though, I guess we are all still trying to find our place in this world, hoping that in a place where we can be anything we want to be, we become a person who is happy with who we end up being.
"What’s been your greatest accomplishment?"
"Keeping in touch with distant friends and relatives."
"Why is that important?"
"It’s important to always have people who remember you at various stages of your life. It’s especially important as you get older, because there are less of those people around. And they remind you who you are."
"My problem is that I fall in love with words, rather than actions. I fall in love with ideas and thoughts, instead of reality. And it will be the death of me."
— Unknown (via punksnouis)