I am sure you have heard that many times before…me too actually. Well over the years it didn’t seem to have as much meaning as it does now. I’ve been listening to some of my friends and reading messages that they send me and some have said that I’ve been a pillar of strength to them, just because they were close enough to me, to understand some of the things I had experienced, which let me just say was “not very nice’. Continue reading
My knees were scratched because I fell off my BMX, trying to ride it. It was such a treat for me to have the bicycle with the dangling things on the handle. I even tried to skateboard, but it wasn’t for me, I was a bit too girly for that. I could sure spin a top though, yeah, better than some boys. Continue reading
Obsessed with social media,
The world sees what we had for dinner last night,
where we had dinner,
And even who we had dinner with.
As we share our thoughts on social media,
It’s easy to judge ones state of mind.
For some, social media is a nothing but a countenance but for others it’s their platform to showcase their lives.
For some it’s such an addiction that the moment isn’t “complete” if it isn’t shared on social media.
Why do we do it?
For the attention of course, in some way or the other.
Is it because something is missing in our lives?
Are we looking for acceptance of some sort?
Are we just so happy and we want the world to know? Continue reading
Why is it that we allow the words of others to affect us? Especially those who do not matter to us. Why do we have the need to feel appreciated and accepted by people who do absolutely nothing for us? Whether you do something or not, people will always comment. So you may as well do it and enjoy it, hey?
Why allow yourself to get overworked by opinions of people who do not matter? Don’t look for acceptance in others, if there is something you want to say or do, go ahead and do it. Do not fear what others may think. Fear often prevents us from living life to the fullest because we are constantly trying to justify our actions, when we really don’t have to.
Whether we want opinions or not, we are going to get them. We can’t control what others say, but we can control our reaction to it. Getting overworked about it is not going to help us in any way. Make a decision to say or do whatever it is that you feel and want, without having to worry about what anyone else is going to say. After all, what others say is their business, not your’s.