Being wrong has never felt so sweet. Emotions are a mysterious thing, especially not being raised in a way that promoted emotional intelligence, so of course I was wrong. I was wrong because I didn't know what success felt like—I had no frame of reference. History, the harshest teacher, had taught me anxiety and uncertainty … Continue reading Communication, oh silly me!
I've been toxic lately. I'm not trying to, or going to excuse my behaviour. I was wrong, I feel guilty and I feel painfully self aware of my own toxic tendencies. I have to forgive myself though, because I know this is just the external manifestation of internal pain. Still, no excuse for my behaviour; … Continue reading My Confession.
A bit abstract, perhaps too forward-a-thought; mind runs like projector reel, light up this theatre, cos' life's but a stage. The sun throws it's rays through the corner pane; throwin' shade. The way the sun dances, it's runs all over the room. Cold are the spaces where the sun doth not shine, like walkin' round, … Continue reading entropy.
Life is like sand through the fingers; the more you try and hold on, the more it slips away from you. Curious how we Humans seem to take forever to learn a lesson, and only after enduring the pain of being do we begin to learn. It seems as if it's impossible to hold onto … Continue reading Sand.
I really like being twenty-four. Eighteen to twenty-two was a roller-coaster, a crazy ride full of ups and downs, and in the background, an uptempo soundtrack did play. A soundtrack which played, spinning on the record player, until finally reaching the end. No more sound played. Sunshine, dismay, realisation and growth were the hallmark of … Continue reading Twenty four.
The thoughts, beliefs, and feelings that you possess toward a task, objective or goal subconsciously influence the outcome of that event. If you begin a task with the mindset that you will not succeed or that you are not good enough, these thoughts will influence the degree of effort you apply, and the level of pain … Continue reading Mindset matters.