Words of a StrangerLife is not so simple. Life's a dickish, underhanded enemy, that sabotages your day in the most petty ways possible.It's tough looking young, I tell ya. Hell, it's tough to be young.I've had the same problems, believe me. Here's what you do. Cultivate something beautiful about yourself. Now, that's pretty vague. Let me evaluate. This is your transitional period. From a child to a man (woman?) This is a time where you will be awkward and gangly. And you cannot avoid it. But I can tell you are a smart one. So, you will figure something out. I promise you, as somebody who feels as you do, that it will get better. Sometimes, it will fall to you to make things better. But that is when I know you can rise to any challenge. Because you feel empty. Because you feel like you want more. There's something missing, and you are searching for it. So, I know that, when it comes time to blossom, you will do your best, and it will always be enough. (:But as to my first piece of advice: Cultivate som
30 Days of Truth: Day 17Day 17 : A book you've read that changed your views on something.~~~Right off the top of my head, Milkweed and the Hunger Games.Milkweed [by Jeri Spinelli [my all time favourite author and inspiration of literature]] changed my views on the Holocaust. I always knew, yes, it was horrible, but this book really took you in for a look at how things really were, exactly, from a child's perspective. It truly was horrible. If you were like me and knew of the Holocaust, knew of Hitler, the World Wars, the Ghettos/concentration camps, and the ovens, chances are you may not know as much as you thought you did, so I suggest reading Milkweed. Trust me, it's brilliant.The Hunger Games really kinda gave me an insight on what the future could look like, and even strengthened my dislike for this country and the government. To those American pride people that are reading this now-- I am not ungrateful that I live in America, I do enjoy my freedom, however, I really wish I could live somewher
30 Days of Truth: Day 16Day 16 : Someone or something you definitely could live without.~~~Something? I guess this could be considered anything really, even feelings...SO, I could definitely live without depression.It'd be really easy, lol.I dont really know what else to say. ;;~~~
30 Days of Truth: Day 15Day 15 : Something or someone you couldn't live without, because you've tried living without it.~~~Two things:1. My family.-I went away for a week, I pretty much died of homesickness. ;2. Music.-For a few days my iPod crashed and all of my song were gone. It was painful.~~~
30 Days of Truth: Day 14Day 14 : A hero that has let you down. (letter)~~~Dear Tyler Carter,You're not who I thought you were.Sincerly,and old fan.p.s. and that never change thing? bullshit.~~~"I could easily say that we would never change."
30 Days of Truth: Day 13Day 13: A band or artist that has gotten you through some tough ass days (write a letter)~~~Wow. There are going to be multiple letters because its a hell of a lot of bands lol.Don't pay attention to the order, its just the ones that get to my mind first.Dear U-KISS,man, you guys are simply amazing. Everyday, I would go to your music, whether I was happy or depressed, even angry or just neutral. You never failed to put me in a good mood, or when needed, cry, which I see as a good thing. Sometimes you just need to let it all out. Thinking of the english translations to "Someday" was always enough to lift my spirits, because I knew that eventually a day to smile would come. And it did. and "Take Me Away" was enough as well, it gave me a chance to sort things out and take time to focus on my emotions, to calm down. Thank you guys for making such amazing music, you will always be my first [kpop] love. U-KISS Fighting! <3Dear Asking Alexandria and Anberlin,I still lo