What you believe in is what exists for you.
It matters not what religion, it matters not what is true.
As long as you do not cause others pain and suffering,
what you believe in is what exists for you.
Everyone has the potential to be great.
How can the butterfly find its way, when you cut off its wings?
How can you sleep by the end of the day, while you feel the guilt it brings?
We can love freely, but not to the point of suffocation.
We must love truly, with just the right amount of trust and toleration.
Your desire to be alone does not equate to you not wanting to spend time with your loved ones once in a while.
Seedlings sprout when you water them and nourish them.
Plants grow when you take good care of them and shower them with love and care.
Only then will they bear the fruits of your labor in return.
Like children, we should always encourage them, no matter how crazy their dreams may be in the beginning, we never know unless we give them a chance, right?
Your words are like blades that cut down the ropes they use to fly their kites that hold their dreams.
Choose them wisely before it’s too late and the buds you so carefully sowed, wilt away.
No matter your age, you are allowed to feel the way you do.
If you are hurt, you can cry.
Even if the simplest thing make you the happiest, why not?
In this harsh world we live in, it is the most difficult to be ourselves.
We are judged by our every move.
Are we not creatures capable of free will?
Whoever said that we should conform?
Is it not enough to be kind to one another?
Why bring people down?
There is no need for turmoil.
Let’s all stop the war right now.
The battle we are fighting is not against other individuals, but within ourselves.
Fight against yourself!
Do not let the evil within you win.
Don’t let it tempt you.
Turn away from it and embrace the good you have within you.
You may have to dig deep for it to be found, but believe in yourself and surely, you’ll find it.
“We’ve only scratched the surface of this life we’re living. None of us will remain the same.
Dream big while you’re alive, and leave a few footsteps for others to retrace.”