“If there’s anything I’ve learned from dating, it’s that all good things come to an end.”
As the day gets closer when 25 will be a number I say much more than 24, I realize the one thing that I continuously want from life is happiness.
No matter what anyone tells you, it’s a special thing
to be loved. When someone can giggle at your jokes
and still have the sensitivity
to read your dead father’s old journals.
Anxiety as a whole has become so common in everyone. And I am willing to bet that it is 75% more intense because of the digital dating scene.
I now fear, in this current political climate, that Donald Trump has destroyed romance as it once existed.
Everything we want is a click away. While that is good, do you realize how often we tend to start expecting similar instant gratification in other aspects of our lives?
I spent enough time in the church to know that this is not what Jesus taught.
That’s why modern dating is bullshit because it literally kills everything that redeems us from the one thing love overcomes, fear.
The road to hell is paved with good poems. The road to heaven is also probably paved with good poems.
I thought that I would have surpassed the masses and carved out an exciting, edgy, unique career for myself that was full of self-gratification and jealously from my peers.