“Remember those days when we were young? When we did what we loved so much on a daily basis. Those were the days when we didn’t think so much about money, we did what we did because it gave us joy and fulfillment. Whether it was playing sports, art, music, etc, we did it because it was fun, it was genuine, we were being true to ourselves; we were practicing the art of love. What happen to those days? Those youthful days when we were so carefree, less self conscious, innocent, not afraid to look stupid, not afraid to be bold, not afraid to be curious. Those were the days when we did what we loved so much that we eventually became good at it. Nowadays, as we’ve grown older and assumed more responsibilities, it seems like we’ve lost that youthfulness. Most of us have grown less patient, materialistic, self conscious, complacent, less curious, less bold, and the list goes on. We’ve forgot that love is the root of prosperity. Most of us don’t even give ourselves the chance to follow through on anything because we are so concerned about money and instant gratification. Consequently, we are ready to quit at the slightest sight of dissatisfaction. I’m not saying that money is not essential, but it’s not everything. What happen to those days when we enjoyed we what we loved and we didn’t think about the money? What happen to those days when we just had fun? What happen to those days when we had fun being creative and we didn’t stress? Remember those days? What happen to those days?”
– davillci (via davillci)
i been getting so high. things have been hitting their ultimate lows. all in all, i’m better than before. crash course shit. i’ve been doing a lot of writing. emphasis on a lot. it’s so necessary. organized emotions with some scribbles for accent. you know how children go through that asking…
This woman is an inspiration & an amazing role model.