Tag: self-reflection

I am Me. That is Enough.

I am me. I don’t know how to be anybody else. And sometimes, being me, feels like a curse because I can be a little high strung, quirky as hell, and often it feels like nobody really understands me except, well, me.  Does anyone else feel like this?  I guess I don’t have to be…

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The Climb

“If you don’t climb the mountain, you can’t see the view.” Who hasn’t heard that saying before? It’s supposed to be a quote of hope. A reminder that the higher you climb, the harder you work…the more worth it in the end. It’s worth it because at the end of the climb, you finally see…

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When I Pray

When I pray, I don’t always know exactly what it is I’m praying for. Sometimes, I’m praying for a feeling. For hope in the midst of chaos. For peace. I close my eyes and hope for some reminder that I have a future. That God has a plan. Sometimes my prayers are like cries for…

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The Irony of Beauty

How do we define beauty? By what standard do we measure it? By numbers? By pictures? By words? What does beauty mean? Is beauty tied to the clothes we wear? Is beauty the difference between whether we look like we’re trying, but not quite “put-together” and what even is put together? Does anyone know? Is…

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The Moment

He was always the boy in the background, mysteriously silent, yet alluring and I think that’s what made me like him so much. Because I could make him into anything I wanted. Even if he wasn’t real.

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“Great Idea”

Have you ever had a great idea, set out to make the great idea a reality, then realize this “great idea” isn’t actually that great? I’ve had plenty of those moments. Like when I ate an entire box of cookies while watching one episode, yes just one, of Pretty Little Liars. No problem. But maybe…

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