Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Monday, April 21, 2014
Nobody can tell you who to be. You can have to cultivate the best in you. Work toward destroying the worst in you, and enjoy the journey. There are no greater lessons than the ones learned through self discovery.
Until you know who you are, no one else will. The love that you need should not only embrace what you are, but who you are. You have to be confident enough to know the difference.
I saw a movie last weekend. A movie about a good love gone bad because somebody thought that the grass was greener on the other side. It looked good. It was shiny, and pretty with absolutely no substance. In fact, the grass in this story turned out to be more like poison ivy.
All because somebody lost control of their passion and let their flesh take over. The moral of the story is obvious, or at least it should be.
Everything that looks good to you is not good for you.