On the Last Day Of School, I was in my B period class when my teacher asked for the classes attention and pulled out a mint $20 bill. "Who would want this $20 bill?" she asked us. Everybody raised their hands and all commented, saying, "sure, why not?" My teacher nodded, then crinkled up the bill. "Would you still want this after I crinkled it?" Everybody had the same answers: yes, of course. "Even if i threw it on the ground, stomped on it, and just got it extremely dirty...would you still want it?" My classmates looked at each other and nodded. Someone spoke up and said: "it's still a 20 no matter what you do to it." My teacher smiled and put the 20 back in her pocket. "Exactly. No matter what you do to that money, it still has value. And people want it. The catch is, you're all like that. You can be in the worst of conditions, and still have value - and people will want you. Never forget that." -Justlistenx15- My teacher told us this story last year (:
TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW YOU WILL BE MORE DISAPPOINTED BY THE THINGS YOU DIDN'T DO THAN BY THE THINGS YOU 'DID. SO THROW OFF THE BOWLINES. SAIL AWAY FROM THE SAFE HARBOR. CATCH THE TRADE WINDS IN YOUR SAILS. EXPLORE. DREAM. DISCOVER.
sometimes i think i'm crazy, //// I M C R A Z Y ;; O H S O C R A Z Y why am i here, am i just wasting my time? && THen I see mY BaBY S U D D E N L Y, I M N O T C R A Z Y +++ it all makes sense when i look in to those eyes.
spacing of lines closer ; in my shoes, just to see what it's like, to be me i'll be you, let's trade shoes just to see what it'd be like to-- feel your pain, you feel mine go inside each other's mind just to see what we find-- look at sht through each other's eye don't let`em say you ain't beautiful beautiful - eminem --my fade & layout & eminem`s lyrics :). comment // rate // favorite