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You learn a lot from the people you never expected you would.
Distance doesn't ruin a relationship. you don't have to see a person everyday to be in love.
I am going to give you a piece of advice…advice I wish I’d been told in guidance class back in high school, in between the don’t-do-acid and don’t-drink-and-drive films. I wish our counselors had told us, ‘When you grow older a dreadful, horrible sensation will come over you. It’s called loneliness, and you think you know what it is now, but you don’t. Here is the list of the symptoms, and don’t worry—loneliness is the most universal sensation on the planet. Just remember one fact—loneliness will pass. You will survive and you will be a better human for it.
People say they "find" love, as if it were an object hidden by a rock. But love takes many forms, and it is never the same for any man and woman. That people find then is a certain love.
Your character is based on what you stand for. Your reputation is based on what you fall for.
Sometimes you gotta stop and remember that your not gonna live forever. Be young, think smart, stay true and just follow your heart.
Take chances… a lot of them. Because honestly, no matter where you end up - and with who, it always ends up just the way it should be. Your mistakes make you who you are... you learn and grow with each choice you make. Everything is worth it. Say how you feel - always. Be you, and be okay with it.
I finally get it. I get that many of the people that I will ever meet will never be able to understand that the world does not always revolve around them. I am so fed up with people who care more about making themselves fit into crowd too hard too soon. I always thought that fitting into some sort of group will make me feel complete but that's changed now. I understand that fitting in is also an option and its OKAY. I've seen too many close acquaintances drastically change to become different people so they could get recognized. I know how it feels to be invisible and yet I have planted my feet firmly on the ground and made a decision to stay myself throughout my experiences (and it wasn't always so easy). There is so much to learn about everything and yet so many choose to remain to their problems and they can't see far beyond their own sidewalk.
You've got to be cruel to be kind. I'm wasting my vocation teaching you to write neat when you're only fit to sweep the streets. Your intellect is such that it requires a killer's touch.
Happiness, to me, is many things. I am truly happy when I am content with myself. Not my appearance, not my accomplishments, not my acquaintances- just me. I am truly happy when I discover something, or someone, that enthralls, enchants, and enamors me. Music, films, nature, and people do all of these things. I love the feeling of first discovering a band that sings everything I've ever wanted to speak, I love reading a book that makes me sincerely hopeful for the hero/heroine, instead of jealous, and I like watching a movie that changes my thought process, and takes me away from a world full of propaganda, lust, and grammatical errors. I like being prideful, but humble. I am happy when I'm in a car full of my closest friends, singing mockingly to the out-dated songs played on the radio; our hands out the window, our minds focused on that moment alone. I am happy when I'm stuck at home, playing party games with my family, laughing about ourselves. I am happy when realization strikes me unexpectedly...when I realize my life is short. I realize I posses talent. I realize that the daisies make me smile because they're happy, not because they're beautiful. I realize I can love with my whole heart without bitterness. I realize that I am significant...I realize my life is worth it.
In the end, it's the "what if"'s that hurt the most. Like, what if things had gone a little differently? Me? I don't believe in fate. I believe we have more control then we think and every action has a reaction.