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For almost 18 years you’re taught to sit down, shut up, and raise your hand. Then you have to decide what you’re going to do for the rest of your life.

nicolasanha:

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brockdavis:

popcorn rain cloud #popcorn #rain #popcornraincloud

peevsie77:

Thomas Kinkade

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but after everything, it’s always you

6 word story (dulldrops)

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There are instances that you really thought that things are okay, things are done. You thought you were innocent. But in reality, it’s not. It isn’t over. And it suddenly became a problem you didn’t expect. You can’t escape it and the only thing to finish it is to face it.

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Okay. I think I have to stop this. I need to sleep because my class is so so so so so early. And I’m having thoughts using the English language. What I mean is, instead of thinking “Ayoko na. Sobra na. Puro drama.” what I think is “I’ve had enough. It’s too much. Too much drama”. I might be over reacting but that’s what I really think. For me, (I guess) that’s the advantage of being sad, depressed or other unhappy feelings. Haha!

Why is it so easy to be messed up but so hard to be fixed? Why is it easy to destroy but hard to create or fix? 

Okay. I know. It’s to value what you have blah blah. But what if you’re not the one who destroyed it? You are the victim. You are once good but other forces like the environment are the ones who messed you up? Why? In the end, you’re the one who’s gonna do the fixing. Maybe they’ll help you. Maybe they won’t. Even if they do, it doesn’t guarantee you that it’ll bring good results. What will you do?

I bleed when I fall down. I crash and I breakdown.

gorrestfump:

if u cant handle me at my worst then i completely understand bc i cant either

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