A day with no sorrows, pain with no suffering, actions with no repercussions, thoughts without words. These are the things that cloud my mind. Such a beautiful life to be lived. It isn’t what we do for others, but how we do for ourselves.
I live my life with good intentions, & do my best to live right by others. I want to live a good life. I am a firm believer in Karma, what goes around comes around. I make my life, I am the holder of the key. The key to my own happiness. I want to live a appreciable life.
The meaning of life isn’t determined by our peers, our acquaintances, or even society. It is how you want to represent yourself to the rest of the world. How you want to be portrayed & recognized.
Wisdom comes from within. It takes consistency, ability, & drive to succeed in this world. Listen to your heart, grow with the flowers.
“My burden is my purpose- Without it, I wouldn’t be.” – Solange Nicole
When I made that call, the one that landed me in Indiana; I didn’t know where my life was taking me.
I knew making a change would only be beneficial for me.
I had to make the hard decision of leaving everything & everyone I knew.
The day that the moving truck arrived my head was spinning. I barely remember that day. Boxes, furniture, my whole life; was being carried down 3 flights of stairs & loaded into a truck.
I made this decision on my own, no guidance to tell me wrong. I know that life is full of surprises, & you have to learn to roll with the punches. Life is a journey that comes with many paths.
I am at a pivotal point in my life.
I am too young to sacrifice who I am & who I want to be for someone else. Here I stand, at the peak of my young adult life. I’m not sure if I want to settle where I am & live in this moment forever, or if I want to move across the country and climb mountains.
Either way, it’s my call; my judgement. I know I have the strength to strive & accomplish anything my journey throws at me.
Spending our younger years being protected by our seniors is the simple way of life. From our parents to our ancestors, they protect our innocence: that is what keeps us young forever.
If we held onto our innocence we could essentially stay young forever. It isn’t about running through fields & enjoying lollipops for the rest of our lives. Life is about enjoying the simple things: letting our imaginations run wild.
The one thing they don’t tell you, is you won’t know when your innocence is gone. Your imagination takes a back seat to responsibilities. In certain light the innocence can be stolen, & it can never be replaced.