I had taken this shot at Hart House in UfT
Sometimes you think you know a person when in fact they prove you wrong. I thought I meant something to someone but I guess they turned around and proved me wrong. Seriously, why do so many people say one thing and then do another? And people wonder why I don’t trust easily. I tried opening up and letting you into my life, but I don’t think it mattered to you. I won’t be opening up to anyone anymore. Once I start to like someone, they betray me. I swear, sometimes, I need to step back to truly see what I was falling for. You made me feel like you really liked me. And then you just left like nothing ever mattered.
You were honestly the biggest trophy I ever won. I gave up on you not because I don’t care but because you don’t. I’m not going to stress over you anymore. It isn’t worth it. I tried to work something out, but you just ignored it. You made me feel like a fool! A sad thing in life is when you meet someone who means a lot to you, only to find out in the end that it was never meant to be and you just have to let go.
Honestly, Anne did not do anything significant in history. The only thing that probably made her popular was her diary. That’s it! I do plan on reading her diary some time, I hope I can find it. It’s sad that she died at a very young age in a concentration camp, but others did too. Anyways, if you think that I’m wrong about her, please leave a comment, I would like to be proven wrong.
Do the choices you make decide your fate or does your fate decide your choices? We are so wise & absurd to assert that it is the choice we made when we like the consequence and equally wise and absurd to insist that it is fate when we dislike the situation we are in.
I have been wanting to buy a book of aphorisms. I enjoy reading aphorisms. If anyone that knows me is reading this, I would really appreciate getting this as a birthday gift.
I got a simple rule about everybody. If you don’t treat me right, shame on you.
Two things I cannot understand: myself and others.
Erkki J. Jyrkkanen
We hold on to things the tightest,
when we are forced to let them go-
We always want things a certain way,
when we know they can’t be so.
Dreams always last the longest,
when they are the furthest from our reach-
And the lessons we can learn the most from,
are often the very ones we teach.
The grass is always the greenest,
when it lies on the other side-
And the truths we preach to others, are often those we can’t abide.
We hold fast to the things in a storm,
which are most likely to blow away-
And yet we neglect to wear sunscreen,
on a bright and sunny day.
We spend our time trying to see things,
when perspective is one thing we lack-
And we never appreciate what we’ve got,
until we can’t get it back.
We expect the whole world to give us a break,
and yet ironically we’ll find-
That when others come asking the same of us,
we tell them they’re out of their mind.
We tell everyone what’s wrong with this world,
and we do nothing to make it right-
We complain about families falling apart,
and yet do nothing to keep them tight.
We preach about loving our neighbors,
and we teach children right from wrong-
But we never set good examples for them,
when real chances come along.
We complain about not having enough time in our lives,
to do what we must do-
Yet if we were given more hours in the day,
we’d use up all that, too.
We desire to be close to all those we love,
yet all too often look on from afar-
And when it comes to the truth do we want to change,
or remain forever as we are?
This is one of my favorite poems that I found, unfortunately I don’t know who wrote it
I’ve created this blog to share my thoughts and experiences with others and thereby often helping people with their own journeys. Furthermore, expressing my feelings on topics I’m passionate about and my obsessions.
“A world without knowledge, is no world at all”