The extreme thought of having something or someone be everything for you is a very romantic idea. It sounds like the ones you read about in novels and watch in movies or listen to in songs, but no one talks enough about how awful of a thing it is to do this to yourself in reality.
Your livelihood is not dependent on another human.
Never in my life have I regretted paying so much for traveling, even if it left me kind of broke afterward.
Nobody warned me that my professor could one day refuse to supervise my project because he thinks girls don’t work as hard as boys.
It’s such a beautiful thing when the person in front of you is not afraid to be vulnerable when they are with you, because they make you feel like it’s okay to be vulnerable too.
Don’t live your life listening to people and keep doing things you don’t want to do just because they appear great and impressive to others around you.
Please don’t listen to them. Because if failure is the only way for us to figure out our way, then let it be.
I have come to accept these days and not beat myself up when I have them.
Life is just so much more beautiful when you show your emotions instead of counting on the fact that your loved ones will know how you feel about them without you telling them or showing them.
When we want to move on or let go of someone, the first thing we think of is forgetting them, but let’s be realistic here—we can’t really do that.