Someone graduated at 21, but waited 6 years to get a good job. Someone had no eduaction, but was a millionaire at 21.
Someone got married at 20, but divorced 5 years later. Someone got married at 30, but found everlasting love.
YOU’RE NOT LATE. YOU’RE NOT EARLY. YOU’RE ON TIME, ALWAYS. KEEP THAT IN MIND.
(This video got nothing to do with the post above. When I find something informative & entertaining, I have to share it here. I am a big movie buff, and there’s reason why movies are getting darker. Watch it for fun.)
This is life, and it is what it is. Shit is gonna happen. It’s gonna get complicated. We’re gonna relapse. We’re gonna need time-outs. We’re gonna be weak. We’re gonna be strong. We’re gonna lose our shit and yell for people to get the fuck out of our lives. We’re gonna break down and beg some people to stay in our lives.
Some days we’re gonna feel everything all at once. Other days, we’re gonna feel nothing at all. We’re gonna be in some bad spaces, we’re gonna be in some amazing ones. We’re gonna get on our knees crying and hurting and begging for help. We’re gonna get on our knees and pray just to say thank you. We’re gonna have moments when we know exactly what we want, and we’re sure. We’re gonna have moments when we legit have no fucking clue what we want, and we’re confused. This life shit isn’t a movie, and I think sometimes, we forget that.
We’ve been infected with this idea that LOVE is an emotion only felt between two people. But love is universal. It’s an energy, a contagious force, a beautiful gift.
To offer money to a homeless man is to love. To smile at a stranger is love. To be grateful, to be hopeful, to be consistent, to be faithful, to be truthful, to be considerate, to be brave, to be forgiving, to be proud of yourself, is also to LOVE.
First have a lust towards a beautiful life. I am talking about your OWN LIFE. Never obsess about chasing love. Chase goals. Chase dreams. Chase the behaviors that are going to make you better.
You don’t chase love; you allow that to find you by accident, and when it finds you on accident, you’ll know that is was supposed to find you PURPOSEFULLY.
(This paragraph got nothing to do with the post above. It’s my movie review for FREEGUY. Watched in ODEON IMAX, the movie & experience both were amazing. One of the best movie theater i visited so far. Friends said, it’s a great one time watch, but i will definitely watch it again. Don’t miss it. My friends also suggested it’s even better in 4DX 3D. The only part i didn’t like was my bestie DEMI ate 4 chocolate cupcakes, a litre of cold drinks & a whole large tub of popcorn like a hungry pig. I must agree, most girls who look good are some kinda sorcerers. It’s impossible to look fly while eating that much amount of garbage.)
You are the books you read, the films you watch, the music you listen to, the people you meet, the kind of friends you have, the work you do, the dreams you have, the conversations you engage in, the way you respond & react.
You are what you take from these. You are the sound of the ocean, the breath of fresh air, the brightest light and the darkest corner.
You are a collective of every experience you have had in your life. You are every single day. So drown yourself in a sea of knowledge, experience and existence. Let the words run through your veins and let the colours fill your mind. Be a real you.
STEREOTYPES: I wanted to talk about this topic since forever. You really don’t have to fit into any stereotype. Media teaches us a lot about the culture we live in books, movies, TV shows. They form a societal lens for us to look through and we see what they create stereotypes. We’re conditioned to believe specific things about specific people based on how they look or what they believe and we often internalize these stereotypes. We think that we need to confirm by having specific interests, wearing certain clothes or being good at a particular job.
The result is that things like race, religion, gender or sexual orientation become a tool for society to trap people inside boxes with definitive labels. But the truth is that, most people aren’t clean-cut stereotypes. We’re diverse and complex individuals with varied interests skills and strengths. So we need to embrace our authentic selves instead of trying to squeeze into a box that doesn’t fit.
Why these guys pick such emotional topics!!
I cried twice watching this trailer. When Harrison Ford says “You have been sleeping for two days. In my bed.” That dog “BUCK” definitely packs soul of my dead dog. Pets leave us with some amazing sweet painful memories. I hate it so much that I love it.
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