i. Whenever you find yourself worried about bigger things in life such as the road that you would like to take or where you should be ten years from now, stop for a while and breathe. Isolate yourself. Let the silence speak. Then think about the little things that made you stick around for so long. Reminisce about the moments that brought happy tears to your eyes and all those jokes that sent laughter to your lips. Ponder about where you have been and what it took for you to be where you are right now. Sometimes, the fear of the unknown intimidates us that we falter from taking extra step to where we should be. You should learn how to stay away to get a sense of clarity and go back to the field armed with your strong belief in yourself.

ii. Whenever you feel like you hate everyone, stop and think. Think about your mother who sacrificed too much just to bring you to this world. Think about your father who supported you through it all. Think about your friends who never left you no matter how messed up you are. Think about that stranger who smiled at you in the train station or that waiter who insisted to carry your tray even if you insisted that you can do it by yourself. Think about the children and their laughter and those elders who shared their wisdom to you. The world is full of kind people. You don’t really hate everyone. You are just surrounded by wrong people at the moment.

iii. Whenever you feel like you are worthless, look within yourself. Your body is a masterpiece continuously growing. Your mind has connections as many as the stars in the whole universe. Your hands may be small but they are strong enough not to let go in spite of all the wounds it acquired. Your feet may not know where they go are going but they have gone through rocky pavements and twisted roads but they kept on going. Look within yourself and you’ll realize that you are a wonder and just the fact that you are still here is a proof of your magnificence.

n.a., Reminders (via escafeism)


But is missing you enough to make you stay?


seriously though, how cool would it be to have that one best friend that’s like your other half and you can literally talk about everything and they’ll completely understand you and not judge you.



urban dictionary has saved me from asking so many awkward questions

(Source: franklotions)


A lot of people who I think will relate to this song are…

Taylor Swift's '1989' 

(Source: kingdomlightsshine)

People aren’t always going to be there for you, that’s why you learn to handle things on your own

— Unknown (via ohteenscanrelate)


More good vibes here
There is not one person in this world that is not cripplingly sad about something. You remember that before you open your mouth.

— (via ding-ang-bato)

(Source: e-cstasiy)

Fight for somebody, but never compete. Care for somebody, but never allow yourself to be taken for granted. Cry for somebody, but never for the same reason twice. Love somebody, but never stop loving yourself because of it.

— (via ding-ang-bato)

(Source: the-taintedtruth)


I’ve been thinking a lot about what people deserve from other people, like, whether they deserve to know if you have feelings for them, or if you’ve been friends for years, whether they deserve to be the one you go to when you need to talk to someone, or whether they deserve to know what your home life is like, or whether they deserve to know how fucked up you really are.

We have this notion that, at some point, people earn access to these parts of us. But at what point? At what point do we feel like we owe them? This kind of thought process has always troubled me because I’m naturally a very private person, and sometimes I don’t feel like I owe anybody anything. If I choose them, I choose them because I want to, not because they deserve to be chosen.

I think at some point we need to stop expecting people to give pieces of themselves. Those precious pieces may be all they have left, they may be the bones holding them together. And you are not entitled to that, not one bit. You only deserve what you’re given.

— You Don’t Deserve Anything | Alex L.  (via trinabelsungbels)


There’s a difference between somebody who wants you and somebody who would do anything to keep you.

Remember that.