I can’t dwell, stress or worry about anything or anyone. People are going to do what they want, regardless of the repercussions and all you can do is hope that they do the right thing. Situations in life are going to obey to what has been written in fate and even though our actions have the power to make small changes, all we can do is continue to radiate good energy in this world and stay optimistic.
I’m finally free… I feel like my soul just took a huge breath of fresh air and my intuition is finally at peace, When you count your blessings and realize you’re actually in a good place. ‘’The difference between a boy and a man is, a boy will disconnect himself emotionally as a means to continue his destructive behavior without having to face the consequences. A man will understand the measure and impact his energy has on others and act accordingly, knowing that is it his responsibility as a man to always remain noble.’’
When you’re feeling low about the current circumstances of your life, take time to sit down in a quiet space & write your goals it helps, When you visualize & mediate on where you see your future self, it makes the circumstances of now seem less mountainous & more minuscule. Don’t be distracted when forward progression seems to take a detour. Your GPS is just guiding you down a shortcut in a rough neighborhood. Stay resilient and trust your path. The journey will make sense once you reach your destination…
If you have been brutally broken, but still have the courage to be gentle to others then you deserve a love deeper than the ocean itself. ‘’ When I’m sad, please don’t ask me what’s wrong. Just hug me.’’ I really wonder why people suddenly change after they get what they wanted. One day they’re sweet, the next day, they’re not. One day you’re important to them, the next day you’re worthless. One day they love you, the next day they don’t care about you. That’s how ironic people and things can be. Pretty lies, Pretty I’m sorry, But it’s still your choice, Because you choose to get hurt when you choose to be in love…
Life is unfair. You put someone first who puts you second. You study your butt off for a final only to get a B in the class when you deserved an A. You give 110% to someone in a relationship when they only give 40%. You’re there for your best friend at 3 a.m. when they need it the most, and the next day they don’t pick up their phone. …You give something your all and sometimes get little to nothing back. You care so much about someone who doesn’t care enough about you to say hi once in a while. You give someone your time, and they give you “Sorry, I’m busy”. It seems like you’re giving everyone everything, and they’re just walking away with it.
Love is a funny thing. You expect it to be easy. You expect it to be a world of roses and laughs and perfect moments that you find only in movies. You expect him to always say the right thing and always know exactly how you feel or exactly how to react to it. You expect him to calm you down when you’re yelling or chase you when you run away. You expect so much that you feel entirely and utterly defeated when something doesn’t exactly match up with all your plans. But that’s the thing-love isn’t a plan. It doesn’t have a certain beginning and it certainly has no end of visible finish line to those deeply in it. Love happens and it is so incredibly messy.
It’s a long-standing tradition for the sitting president of the United States to leave a parting letter in the Oval Office for the American elected to take his or her place. It’s a letter meant to share what we know, what we’ve learned, and what small wisdom may help our successor bear the great responsibility that comes with the highest office in our land, and the leadership of the free world.
But before I leave my note for our 45th president, I wanted to say one final thank you for the honor of serving as your 44th. Because all that I’ve learned in my time in office, I’ve learned from you. You made me a better President, and you made me a better man.
Throughout these eight years, you have been the source of goodness, resilience, and hope from which I’ve pulled strength. I’ve seen neighbors and communities take care of each other during the worst economic crisis of our lifetimes. I have mourned with grieving families searching for answers – and found grace in a Charleston church.
I’ve taken heart from the hope of young graduates and our newest military officers. I’ve seen our scientists help a paralyzed man regain his sense of touch, and wounded warriors once given up for dead walk again. I’ve seen Americans whose lives have been saved because they finally have access to medical care, and families whose lives have been changed because their marriages are recognized as equal to our own. I’ve seen the youngest of children remind us through their actions and through their generosity of our obligations to care for refugees, or work for peace, and, above all, to look out for each other.
I’ve seen you, the American people, in all your decency, determination, good humor, and kindness. And in your daily acts of citizenship, I’ve seen our future unfolding.
All of us, regardless of party, should throw ourselves into that work – the joyous work of citizenship. Not just when there’s an election, not just when our own narrow interest is at stake, but over the full span of a lifetime.
I’ll be right there with you every step of the way.
And when the arc of progress seems slow, remember: America is not the project of any one person. The single most powerful word in our democracy is the word ‘We.’ ‘We the People.’ ‘We shall overcome.’
Yes, we can.