I’m a lucky girl.
Deceit, temptation, LOVE, naivety, disappointment, lust, resentment, false hope, passion, sadness, anger, regret, aggression, pretense, bad timing, anxiety, restlessness, heavy heart, hurt, scarred, uncensored, memories, past, present, future, commitment, loyalty, integrity…
It’s crazy how your perception about someone can change within an instant; within a conversation.
The most pivotal point in my life will happen within the next two days. This is the most terrified I’ve ever been. I don’t know if I can build up the courage to tell my parents about my grades.
School is getting REAL. Friends are switching majors, people are withdrawing, acquaintances are failing all their classes. And I’m in the mist of it all. I have yet to tap into 100% of my effort and that continues to hinder my academic progress. I can’t disappoint though; I have too much riding on this; like my future for goodness sake! I can’t let college turn out to be a bad investment that my parents made. I am capable and I know that. But it’s known that hard work is what’s needed when you lack intelligence. I’ve had an epiphany already…I just hope it’s not too late.
I’ve learned that you shouldn’t expect anything from anybody.
Be independent and self-sufficient.
If someone wants to give, them let them.
If they offer to help you, accept.
But do not assume that they will give and help, act as if they were not there.
Rely on yourself.
Look at it the other way around; it’s not fun when someone expects things from you.
It feels better when you give of your own free-will. Giving comes naturally when you love someone…
I like to give and if someone else wants to give too that’s cool; but let them do it on their own time.
I can’t wait until the period in my life where I can settle down with my soulmate…
To be married and live life with my other half. To travel the world, share wonderful experiences and become wedded to my sun and my moon. I can’t until unconditional love breathes from the pores in my skin and surround my husband and I with such beautiful energy.
I can’t wait until we live together and come home after a long day’s work to find comfort in each other, to find solace, to sit around and bask in love. I can’t wait to cook meals for my man, give him a massage, to be his relief from the world.
I can’t wait until I have my first child who will be an earnest reflection of our love. I can’t wait to have a family.
When I’m an old lady, I’m wearing saris all the time.