No one will tell you about the limit They put on how long you can grieve No one will warn you when you’re winning How heavy a lost love can be They do not tell you about the friendships You’ll lose once the lights are dimmed down How humble you’ll feel about your past bliss Once the tables are turned around. — Growing Pains
“ Do not love half lovers Do not entertain half friends Do not indulge in works of the half talented Do not live half a life and do not die a half death If you choose silence, then be silent When you speak, do so until you are finished Do not silence yourself to say something And do not speak to be silent If you accept, then express it bluntly Do not mask it If you refuse then be clear about it for an ambiguous refusal is but a weak acceptance Do not accept half a solution Do not believe half truths Do not dream half a dream Do not fantasize about half hopes Half a drink will not quench your thirst Half a meal will not satiate your hunger Half the way will get you no where Half an idea will bear you no results Your other half is not the one you love It is you in another time yet in the same space It is you when you are not Half a life is a life you didn’t live, A word you have not said A smile you postponed A love you have not had A friendship you did not know To reach and not arrive Work and not work Attend only to be absent What makes you a stranger to them closest to you and they strangers to you The half is a mere moment of inability but you are able for you are not half a being You are a whole that exists to live a life not half a life. —KHALIL GIBRAN
Share everything. Play fair. Don’t hit people. Put things back where you found them. Clean up your own mess. Don’t take things that aren’t yours. Say you’re sorry when you hurt somebody. Wash your hands before you eat. Flush. Warm cookies and cold milk are good for you. Live a balanced life – learn some and think some and draw and paint and sing and dance and play and work every day some. ‘All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten’ | Robert Fulghum
I remember this was my second witty account I can't believe I made it in 2012, I had one at least a year before this one. i still didn't realise it was so long ago I used this website to vent and learn about feelings I used to feel like I was worthless and would never amount to anything or would have hurt myself and not get to experince a full life. I was 13. I'm turning 20 this year. I am surrounded by more love than I ever knew existed. I have so many hopes and ambitions for my future. I'm still filled with fear, but mostly anticipation. I hope young girls like me who use this site the way I did hold on and wait. I know it's tough. I send you all my love, becuase I have so much to give now and I want you to keep going because there is so much out there, as scary as that sounds. and it is all so worth living for and experiencing. I don't think I ever got to express what this website was for me for a few years My early adolescence was spent editing html codes and expressing myself here Thank you for listening
crimson24 posted a quote
December 2, 2017 2:28am EST
it is difficult being a workaholic. work and money are two huge status symbols and is easy to idolise. just makes it harder to diagnose when there is a problem. cuz society wont tell you and you think your friends are over-exaggeraring the potential problem.
crolite55 posted a quote
February 2, 2018 12:50pm EST
Fate is truly a mystery, for you never know what may happen. A minute you were young but now you've grown. What would have happend if you've done something before? What would have happend if you've spoken ? What would have happend if you've met ? These are some of the questions that the world procures. The threads of fate is truly a funny thing, it gives yet it takes. but are we truly bound to the strings of destiny till our deaths free us? Who knows ? There are those who followed their paths, yet there are those who've gone against it. But there is a choice. For everything moves under an action, every ripple creates another reaction.