"If nothing ever changed there would be no butterflies" -Anon
So from now on I am going to post an inspirational quote one-two times a week!
Today's inspirational quote is:
"Sometimes life's biggest lessons are't learned through others but through yourself."- Sophia
So this is a bit random but I need your opinions! Please fill out this survey, and be honest!
Do you have any memories where you aren't physically in your body? Where you are almost looking down at yourself in whatever situation you were in? This situation is mostly, if not always a scarring experience. But why do we do this? Are we angry to the point that we just have to get out of our own minds? Or are we so scared that we jump out of our bodies? Now even though this is not physically jumping out of your body, your mind does in a sense, and that has to mean something! Why do we leave our bodies in a time of need?
With Valentines day approaching I can't help think about relationships and love. For those who haven't found it yet and refer to Valentines day as SAD(singles awareness day)I have a question for you. Are we so scared of love that we ruin it for yourself every time it comes around? Whether we conciously do this, or it is the work of our subconscious this could be our problem. But why do we do this to ourselves? Is it because it's a lot easier to be scarred of something than to stand up to it? Or is it that we deeply know that it's not our time to fall in love?Which then brings up fate, is it real?Are we truly destined for one human being in this world? If we are,how are we so sure it's them once we find them?Or is it all a guessing game? Step right up to the game of love, make sure you put enough of your heart into it,or you might not get the outcome you want. Just make sure you don't give too much of your heart, for you might loose it. Love can be the only thing that can open and heal our hearts,while symaltaniously be the reason why we are so hurt,and have to have our hearts healed in the first place.
Why are guys so intimidated by women of power? We should be celebrated for making a great living, being the VP at the office, or simply speaking our minds, not shut down. If a woman is beautiful, has standards, is successful and has goals in life, she is basically categorized as a woman that will stay single for a long time, if not for an eternity. This does not make sense! These types of women should be the first off the market not the last one on the shelf. If this were a single man, you would blink and he would be taken. So why on earth is it so hard for a man to walk up to a successful woman and ask her out? "because its intimidating and scary and I am afraid I will be rejected"(This is my imitation of the average guy, just make sure you say it in that annoying girl-pretending- to- be- a- guy- whining type of voice). My answer to this is get over yourself, everyone is afraid of being rejected. Man up ,stop running away from women that scare you, and grow a pair.
Below was my inspiration for this blog post, its the 2nd verse of "Flawless" by Beyonce.
"We teach girls to shrink themselves
To make themselves smaller
We say to girls
'You can have ambition
But not too much
You should aim to be successful
But not too successful
Otherwise you will threaten the man' " (spoken by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie )
Why is it so nerve racking to get a job? Is it because you have to put yourself out there to some complete stranger(s)? Or is it due to the fact that we don't want to fail? No one wants to be regected. Is this the reason behind people hating there jobs but not doing anything about it? Is it because they know that if they were to go and quit that they would have to start the whole process again? Why do we do this? Why are we scared to be ourselves?
Take pride in how far you have come and have faith in how far you can go