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Being Alone, Bad, and Beautiful: EVERYTHING HAS BEAUTY Nobody wants to be alone... Although being together doesn't always workout. You say to yourself "F*ck my life, I'm back here again". Yet in a way you asked for this, you aren't an idiot, though you might feel like one now. Nobody wants to start again, from scratch, investing emotions, time and energy into somebody new...again. Building trust just so you can find security, as feeling insecure is no fun. Establishing a new routine. Setting the foundation for a new spiritual building, that might fall down again. Dating, pretending that you are interested in meeting a persons representative, because they are putting their best foot forward, because they are just as scared of being hurt as you are. Opening up, sharing your story and baring your soul once more, with the deepest hope that you will find your mate. Not someone who throws the word soulmate around, just because they think it's cool, with no intention of forever, no real integrity. Nobody wants to stop and think, "What if this is another lie, am I going to be used again"... What is the point of anything. But Everything leads to something, nothing leads to nothing, growth and change are necessary, for they are life itself. It will be hard, you will hurt but you still have life. No matter how bad things feel, they will get better. You will find somebody else to share your journey with, somebody more suited to you, somebody stronger and you will grow together. The late night phone calls, the little things that make you smile, the hugs that make you feel that everything is alright. You are special to someone, even if you don't feel special yourself. You are beautiful even when you feel ugly deep down... It's just that lovesick stomachache, the pain in your heart will cease, you will be okay, you will be able to breathe again. Somebody else is waiting to bring you back to life. Spiritually you are evolving. Mourn the dead and move on. chakabars
Being Alone, Bad, and Beautiful: EVERYTHING
 HAS
 BEAUTY
Nobody wants to be alone... Although being together doesn't always workout. You say to yourself "F*ck my life, I'm back here again". Yet in a way you asked for this, you aren't an idiot, though you might feel like one now. Nobody wants to start again, from scratch, investing emotions, time and energy into somebody new...again. Building trust just so you can find security, as feeling insecure is no fun. Establishing a new routine. Setting the foundation for a new spiritual building, that might fall down again. Dating, pretending that you are interested in meeting a persons representative, because they are putting their best foot forward, because they are just as scared of being hurt as you are. Opening up, sharing your story and baring your soul once more, with the deepest hope that you will find your mate. Not someone who throws the word soulmate around, just because they think it's cool, with no intention of forever, no real integrity. Nobody wants to stop and think, "What if this is another lie, am I going to be used again"... What is the point of anything. But Everything leads to something, nothing leads to nothing, growth and change are necessary, for they are life itself. It will be hard, you will hurt but you still have life. No matter how bad things feel, they will get better. You will find somebody else to share your journey with, somebody more suited to you, somebody stronger and you will grow together. The late night phone calls, the little things that make you smile, the hugs that make you feel that everything is alright. You are special to someone, even if you don't feel special yourself. You are beautiful even when you feel ugly deep down... It's just that lovesick stomachache, the pain in your heart will cease, you will be okay, you will be able to breathe again. Somebody else is waiting to bring you back to life. Spiritually you are evolving. Mourn the dead and move on. chakabars

Nobody wants to be alone... Although being together doesn't always workout. You say to yourself "F*ck my life, I'm back here again". Yet in ...

Books, Comfortable, and Journey: Lately I've been thinking about legacy. How will I be remembered when I'm done and gone. What will my narrative be and what will those who shared a moment with me say to others. Every connecting dot matters in deciphering that notion. What I'm known for, my branding, my personality, my principles. I try my hardest to shake as many hands and take as many pictures and respond to as many messages. I can't always but I do try. For the times I can't, I hope people can understand why. For some individuals, I'm that happy guy that gives them a little joy. I have so many problems and concerns that I've never publicly disclosed. But it's ok, because by making others smile, it eases the intensities of my own life. I've realised my happiness isn't found by having lots of followers or making lots of money. Those things are nice and make life comfortable but are not necessary to make me content. Perhaps nice for ego stroke or to mark an esteemed achievement, but that's barely happiness in my books. It's a transient victory which I don't live for nor chase. The fact is number 1s change, money comes and goes, perception and taste are open for judgement and that entire process is way too subjective for me to ever enumerate or quantify. My happiness can't be scored by variables that are immeasurable. Perhaps the very thing I'm cheapening is what others call success. And that's totally fine. That's them. This is me. Everyone's entitled to work for what they deem will make them happy. My fear though, is that as a generation we've become so number-orientated and so end-goal-heavy; we've lost sight of substance and deeper purpose. There's beauty in the journey, there's blessings in the pain and there's purity in gratitude. My happiness is predicated on being of service to my Lord. My happiness is determined by being a good person to as many people as I can. My happiness is in making sure I have fun and enjoy my time. My happiness is felt by knowing my choices sit compatibly with my integrity. My happiness is acquired by being of value to those around me. That happiness is created by me deciding how selfless and how selfish I am ok to be. Think about your own legacy.
Books, Comfortable, and Journey: Lately I've been thinking about legacy. How will I be remembered when I'm done and gone. What will my narrative be and what will those who shared a moment with me say to others. Every connecting dot matters in deciphering that notion. What I'm known for, my branding, my personality, my principles. I try my hardest to shake as many hands and take as many pictures and respond to as many messages. I can't always but I do try. For the times I can't, I hope people can understand why. For some individuals, I'm that happy guy that gives them a little joy. I have so many problems and concerns that I've never publicly disclosed. But it's ok, because by making others smile, it eases the intensities of my own life. I've realised my happiness isn't found by having lots of followers or making lots of money. Those things are nice and make life comfortable but are not necessary to make me content. Perhaps nice for ego stroke or to mark an esteemed achievement, but that's barely happiness in my books. It's a transient victory which I don't live for nor chase. The fact is number 1s change, money comes and goes, perception and taste are open for judgement and that entire process is way too subjective for me to ever enumerate or quantify. My happiness can't be scored by variables that are immeasurable. Perhaps the very thing I'm cheapening is what others call success. And that's totally fine. That's them. This is me. Everyone's entitled to work for what they deem will make them happy. My fear though, is that as a generation we've become so number-orientated and so end-goal-heavy; we've lost sight of substance and deeper purpose. There's beauty in the journey, there's blessings in the pain and there's purity in gratitude. My happiness is predicated on being of service to my Lord. My happiness is determined by being a good person to as many people as I can. My happiness is in making sure I have fun and enjoy my time. My happiness is felt by knowing my choices sit compatibly with my integrity. My happiness is acquired by being of value to those around me. That happiness is created by me deciding how selfless and how selfish I am ok to be. Think about your own legacy.

Lately I've been thinking about legacy. How will I be remembered when I'm done and gone. What will my narrative be and what will those who s...