I want to be a leftist. I want to support those who are disadvantaged and/or oppressed. But I won’t do it if that means becoming the oppressor. Two wrongs do not make a right.
1. You analyze every word that you hear. Whenever you are in a conversation with someone, you try to guess if there’s a meaning behind what they’re saying.
I hate myself because I can’t remember the last words you said to me. I can’t remember the last time I hugged you goodbye.
“Presence emerges when we feel personally powerful, which allows us to be acutely attuned to our most sincere selves.”
Let me tell you a secret: As long as you are trying, you are doing just fine.
I can’t wrap my head around the reason why God would take someone like you away from here.
Love is not a game. Love is not about rules. Love is about souls, about hearts, and about that mirror that we allow to reflect our spirits so that we are truly naked before each other.
You will accept yourself by allowing yourself to breathe in the moments you feel like you are falling apart. You will accept yourself by not beating yourself up when you do something wrong, instead look to what you can do to fix it. You will accept yourself by feeding yourself self love when rejection has struck you the hardest.
There are things inside me I am dying to scream. But instead, I’m whispering.