Hi everyone! How are you doing today? 😉
First thing first: I’m really impressed to see how people’s lives have/are changed/changing in a positive way and many people are being happy with the life that they created! (Like Tina, Katie, Michal, and Katie)
Everybody has their own way to make their life better, and it’s happening at the pace that’s right for them.
I have to say, life is quite interesting. Even if you feel like it’s the end of the world, the sun will always rise.
And even though you may think from time to time that you’re the unluckiest person in the world, you have so much around you; you just don’t realize it. (like air, water, food, family, friends, to name a few) So it’s really important to know that Everything you want, you already have.
Some may agree, some may not. I’m totally fine with that. But don’t be rude to other people’s opinion, because it’s not your life. If you’re not happy with how other’s think, leave it at that. We’re all differnt, and that’s what makes life interesting. 🙂
Also, when you do something wrong to someone and you know it’s wrong/you’re fault, fix it as soon as possible. Don’t leave it off til the last minute, because that chances are that you might not fix it, or simply just forget about it.
I said mean things to my boyfriend. I knew it was wrong. So I texted him I’m sorry and I called him. Even though he didn’t pick up the phone, it’s okay. He’s going to hear it tomorrow (or whenever he turns his phone on)
Admitting that you did something wrong may be hard for some people, but that’s fine. Slowly break the perfectioness of you, and do the right thing.
If someone asks you a question and you don’t know the answer to it, just say “I don’t know”, and don’t pretend like you know, because that’s going to bother the other person. (Seriously, one of the simplest rule that people find hard to follow is “keep your promises that you make”. If everyone can do that, the world would go around a lot smoother) So people, keep promises that you make. Hard and challenging, but the outcome is worth it.
Another thing about life; if you don’t get a good score on a test, don’t be ashamed of yourself. IT’S OKAY. Give yourself a pat on the back if you got a score to begin with.
Life is not about getting a high-paying job, owning a big house, eating gourmet meals everyday, or driving the newest car out there. It’s about the inner happiness and the things you can’t see. (relationships/connections with other people, getting rid of your bad karma, etc.) Schools and jobs only measure the qualities you can see with your eyes (grades, past job experiences, and so on). But how would they know that you’re donating 1/4 of your paycheck to a big, child-saving organization? They don’t. Grades don’t say anything about who you are.
I think inner quality/happiness is very important. And while I do go to school, my life is going to be more based on who I AM and not what I DO or HAVE. (after all, even if I have a high-paying job and I get a big pay check, if that job doesn’t allow me to express who I am [outgoing, helpful, silly, kind, joyful, etc.], I wouldn’t want it!) Really, I would rather be a math teacher (I AM a math lover, and I AM a helper!) and get paid little than be a lawyer or work in an office all day long with a big pay check.
(this post is very me, I have to say. I like food posts, but I enjoy posts like this a lot more)
So there you go. A little lecture from Sagojyou’s Veg*n Page. Like it or not, I don’t care. It’s what I think, it’s what I believe, and it’s how I LIVE.
Thanks for coming! 🙂