I’ve had it. I’m so over it. Hey tough asshole, your weakness is showing. I can’t handle seeing people posting online all about how much “this generation” and “millennials” and people in general are so whiny nowadays and are “emotionally weak” because they want people to care about their emotions. If this is you, consider… Continue reading Cry Babies and Emotional Weakness
Do you ever look at yourself as a person and think, “Oh my god, I’m not the same person I used to be X years ago… but I’m still totally the same person, just with better articulated versions of the questions I used to have…and maybe a few more answers…”? I feel that way all… Continue reading A Spiritual Questionnaire: A Guide for Being Spiritually Somewhere
We are not all the same We are not even all similar Yet we are We want love, but some of us want fear to guide us We want happiness, but some of us want to hold on to old habits We want freedom, but some of us want to keep our chains on We… Continue reading There is no better time than now
When are you going to let go? When are you going to start believing in something more beautiful? When is the time gonna come? Are you gonna wait around for something to inspire you other than yourself? When are you gonna catch a glimpse of yourself in the mirror and know you’re the one you… Continue reading When?
Isn’t it the hardest sometimes? Accepting ourselves? As the Internet might appropriately say, such judgment, much hurt. From the onset of life, we’re placed these into categories we never asked to be and are always making maneuvers to fight past them. What we’re constantly fighting for is understanding from others; what we’re really wanting to know… Continue reading Accepting Yourself For Who You Are
Holy Water by Martina Smith I’ve been thinking lately… Why keep the baby if you’re gonna throw the bathwater out with the baby? Why the husband and wife if they don’t promise each other a happy life? Why put the ring on, and then why turn the sex on if it’s all just gonna turn… Continue reading Holy Water – Spoken Word Poem