Thankfulness creates a life of fullness.
Every pore on your skin, the shape of your cheekbones, the length of your lashes and the way your lip curls when you smile are unique to you and only you; and are ultimately the things that make you beautiful.
We’re so afraid of getting hurt, so scared of being labeled emotional, or kind because we’re too busy focused on appearing chill that we have programmed ourselves to feel nothing and above all turn off every instinct to love.
Understand that they broke you so that you could be better, so that you could do better, and so that you could find better.
We come together after tragedies when we should be proactive and do our job in preventing them.
The urge to bite their face and kiss their cheek every time they make a smart ass comment or
We can shoot a text with no real substance behind it. We can make love. We can express emotions. We can even talk shit; yet when it comes to communicating with our significant other, friends, or family about important issues that concern them or ourselves we get stuck.
The next time you are sad over the fact that you can not be a real life character in Game of Thrones, do me a favor step into your favorite local bar and take a moment to observe, reassess, and appreciate your lovely and existing presence in the known world.
Here I am: a millennial, young adult who, thanks to society, has been taught that beauty alongside wealth is of utmost importance.
Silence the clock and learn to be alone. For learning to be alone builds a tremendous amount of character and even though from a young age we are taught that time is of the essence, there is so much time and so much about yourself that you have yet to discover.