An online diary of someone who tends to forget easily.


We read hear about these stories online and think wish that we could just succeed. The fact of the matter is that we can't just do it, we have to work for it. Life may suck at some points and you may lose sight of what's important. The road is bumpy and your car may not be ready, but just remember that no one's road is smooth. It might be a pain in the butt (in this case, literally), but it is those that endure the bumpy road that succeed.

Live by choice, not by chance. Make changes, not excuses. Be motivated, not manipulated. Work to excel, not compete. Choose to listen to your inner voice, not the jumbled opinions of everyone else.

Being a person is a matter of birth. Being an adult is a matter of age. But being a loving, caring friend is a matter if choice.

You’re a totally different person compared to who you were at this time last year. And next year will be no different. How much you grow and who you become is up to you.

With every single person you come into contact, you are either giving love or you're not. And based on what you give, determines what you receive. Give love to others through kindness, encouragement, support, gratitude, or any good feeling, and it comes back to you multiplied in every area of your life.

How others see you is not important. How you see yourself means everything.

Be thankful for what you have. You have no idea how many people would love to have what you've got.

Usually in life, the test comes first, before the lesson.

If you’ve been asking the same questions for a long time, yet are still stuck, it’s probably not that you haven’t been given the answers, but that you don’t like the answers you were given. Remember, it takes a great deal of courage to admit that something needs to change, and a lot more courage still, to accept the responsibility for making the change happen.

Never force someone to make a space in their life for you, because if they know your worth, they will surely create one for you.

When it comes to living as a compassionate, non-judgmental human being, the only challenge greater than learning to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes, is learning to walk a lifetime, comfortably in your own.

Appreciate what you have, who loves you and who cares for you. You'll never know how much they mean to you until the day they are no longer beside you.

Change for the better; don’t change for someone else, change for yourself!

Gratitude consists of being more aware of what you have, than what you don't.

You don’t have to be great to get started, but you do have to get started to be great.

Do you really want to look back on your life and see how wonderful it could have been had you not been afraid to live it?


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