It’s pretty crazy going back to a place where you were just a year before. Everything’s the same: the house, living room, garden, and even the trees. Yet, you’ve changed so much. You can’t fathom how different you have become. You get back into the same routine that you used to yearn for but now […]Read more "Moments"
It is hard to stay so strong when all you want to do is cry out for help. So often youths are mistreated. This topic is one that I feel so strongly about partly because my heart yearns for those who falls through the cracks. Everyone who isn’t just quite good enough, pretty enough, or […]Read more "Just A Thought"
I have a habit of getting stuck sometimes. I get so caught up in every little detail in everyone’s life around me and I forget to live my own. I can’t appreciate my own blessings, because I am too caught up in others. Why can’t we focus on the positive? We spend our whole day […]Read more "Realizations"
All anyone wants at the end of the day is to feel important. In a study people were asked what they want. Answers included: health and the preservation of life, food, sleep, money, life in the hereafter, sexual gratification, well being of our children, and the feeling of importance. Simon Freud called this “the desire […]Read more "Importance"
Something that has grown over the years is the capability to see and read everything everyone is doing in every corner of the world. Scientifically, it takes a while for our brains to acclimate to new technology and enhancements in social norms. Our brain begins to then change through the generations to fit the new […]Read more "The Difference Between Y and Z"
At times, I feel as if my imagination gets the best of me. I tend to get caught up in every little detail. I crave true stories with infinite emotion. But looking around I can sense the disapproval. When did it become “naïve” to get caught up in your imagination? When people say they feel […]Read more "imagination"
John Wooden once said: you can’t live a perfect day until you do something for someone who will never be able to repay you. Until this week I thought the definition of helping others was focusing more on what you do for those who need your help rather than what those people can give to you. […]Read more "One Week"