Judge me and I will understand how you view yourself. ―Molody Lee Human language can be a tricky thing. Imagine calling a “tree” a “leg” or calling your “shoes” your “head”. Everything seems to be already named by someone and all you have to think about is its name. It would be very strange for … Continue reading Judgement is Just Lazy Thinking
The real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light. ― Plato The saddest thing you've ever done in your life is to beg somebody to love you the way you love them. Sometimes you gotta give up on some people in order to keep you. Sometimes you have to save yourself … Continue reading The Light of Letting Go
Fiction is a lie. And GOOD fiction is the truth inside the lie. ― Stephen King People are drowning in an ocean of facts. We know too much, but feel too little. We are too caught up in what we can see to the point where we ignore the layer behind it. We judge on the … Continue reading The Truth Inside the Lie
Change the way you look at things and the things you look at change.―Dyer Look at the world. Tell me what you see. You see billionaires. You see celebrities. You see entrepreneurs. You see success. You see the money. You see cool cars. You see luxury. You see fame. You see trends. You see confidence. … Continue reading Can you even smile?
Meet the girl who gets lost in every city. The cars are flying by so fast without any sympathy for the unmoving road. Cherry Blossoms are shaking along the rhythm of the soft wind. By now, the sky awaits the blanket of darkness to whisper it goodnight. The block of residential houses are so … Continue reading A Thousand Tragedies
Knowing we know nothing is the highest degree of human wisdom.―Tolstoy It’s the milk you have spilled. It’s the plan you haven’t sketched. It’s the work you haven’t finished. It’s the money you haven’t made. It’s that noisy neighbor. It’s that empty fridge. It’s that broken heels. It’s that awful breakfast. It’s that jammed traffic. … Continue reading The Art of Nothing
They wore their strange beauty like war paint. ― Holly Black Tell me if I am wrong, but I think there are two types of people. People who leave out other people, And people who get left out. And there is a category in between. They are the people who try to please people who hurt … Continue reading Are you different?