Age does make a difference. It doesn’t make one person better than the other, but it does often mean one has gone through more than the other. By “more” I don’t mean hardship, but rather, schooling and work experience. Sometimes the only way to learn a lesson is through time. You cannot force someone to learn nor understand what time has taught you. Age isn’t everything, but it is often an indicator of many things.
—— of course, there are exceptions and there are people who never mature and others that mature faster, but i’m speaking in the general sense.
When I befriend people I do so with the intention to keep them in my life forever (or at least a solid amount of time). I don’t just make bonds so I can lose them. But when I get pushed to the point where i have to drop someone from my life entirely, I do so without looking back. Granted, it takes me a lot to reach this point and it isn’t an easy decision but once I make it, that’s it. I don’t check up on the person’s tweets, I don’t say a prayer for them at night, I don’t care much at all. In the end both parties will be happier anyway so why fret? Why take interest in someone that is no longer part of my life?
No need to be bitter. No need to be friendly. They eventually become somebody that I used to know and I’m okay with it staying that way.
Anonymous said: Who was your best kisser and why?
Wait, what? I don’t even remember. Lol.
You should only compare yourself to two people:
1. Who you were yesterday.
2. Who you want to be in the future.
It’s not because I’m fake. It’s because I have a different comfort zone around certain people. I’ll act loud, stupid, be mean to you, act crazy, and do the most stupidest things with you because I’m comfortable around you. But, I can be quiet and shy if I don’t know you that well or we aren’t very close. Just because I act different around certain people, doesn’t mean I’m fake. I just have a different comfort zone with certain people.
I forgive myself too easily. It’s a blessing and a curse.
I’ve never been one to let distance affect my emotions and feelings, but these past three days I have felt estranged from almost all of my SoCal friends. It isn’t their fault and I don’t harbor any negative feelings, I just seem to feel as if we are drifting. What is even sadder is the fact that I don’t really care enough to stop it. I am just watching it happen which isn’t typical for me. I try to hold on to relationships even when they’re clearly done. I am very happy with my life at the moment and I don’t feel the need to put extra effort to force things to stay the same. Maybe I’m growing up and accepting the fact that change is inevitable.
I swear I’m not really complicated. I am pretty good at speaking my mind. The problem is, I can’t always effectively express the thoughts in my head. This is what makes me seem complicated, but if you can listen to me sort my thoughts out while talking at you then you’d understand what I’m really saying. It’s like I think out loud and I forget that the person I’m talking to can hear me.
Sometimes when happiness comes our way, we worry too much about losing it that we end up missing out on feeling it. Its important to realize that happiness is the feeling given by a thing, or a person, or a certain moment. You can’t lose it, you may lose a reason for that happiness but eventually you’ll find another to be happy again. You can’t lose happiness, its in you, you’ll always have it, it just needs to be triggered.