I don’t know you, and maybe you don’t know me. I will tell you this though:
I know you feel alone even in a crowd of people.
I know that sometimes even when you have a horde of loved ones ready to listen or ready to help, you still feel helpless.
I know that sometimes despite the fact that you have more than what others do, you still want more.
I know that even though you won’t admit it out loud, you envy those around you. You want what they have.
I know that sometimes even though you have travelled the world, coming home seems to be the only thing that makes sense, even when the house is empty.
I know that you hate the shell they see. I know you want someone to see past all that. You want someone who is going to look behind the physical appearance and the lavish lifestyle. You want genuine people. Continue reading →
Life is pretty simple. You make a decision and there’s a 50/50 chance you’re either gonna get good results or flake out. Some of us fall under the latter category. Always flaking. Personally, when you’re all alone with no one to witness your internal downfall, you start to focus on all the bad things that have happened to you since day one. You start to believe that it is you.
What am I on about? Honestly, I don’t even know. There’s no method to madness and all of that. Continue reading →
It has become a sort of trend being the broody and depressed person. The person who claims to have so much going on behind a big smile.
I used to be that person. I used to smile and pretend that everything was okay, no matter how many millions of pieces my heart shattered into.
I started a book that has been deeply hard and emotional for me. Believe it or not it has very little to do with me or my life. Maybe a few aspects here and there, but other than that it is a deeply heartbreaking and emotional tale.
I decided to write it simply to adopt a new approach on life.
“From women’s eyes this doctrine I derive:
They sparkle still the right Promethean fire;
They are the books, the arts, the academes,
That show, contain, and nourish all the world.”
—Berowne in Love’s Labor’s Lost