2 am and I’m lying on a hammock in the woods.
The stars above the treetops are brilliant.
The only good thing about having a full-time job that you hate, is the incredible feeling of having a day off.
I just bought 9 books online. Someone help me, I have a problem.
what an awful day
Yes. There is your porch,
do u ever just make scenarios in your head that will never happen but makes you so happy so you just keep on imagining them
and here is me, driving.
I’m driving, and my hands
are wet, and the windows are
down, and my shirt is off
because I don’t want to ruin
it before I see you, your porch.
I’ll pull over just outside
your town. I’ll put on
my shirt and take out my
phone and say, “I’m here,
yes I’m really here,
would you like to get dinner?”
And I’ll breathe out and
get ready for a long night
Am I totally and completely happy? I don’t know, maybe. Are there things that could be improved, are there things that could be made different or better? Inevitably. But if we always let those things dictate our overall happiness where would we be?
Firstly, because I just don’t. Secondly, because it’s ridiculous and highly romanticized.
From a purely scientific standpoint, think of all the human beings that exist on the surface of our planet. Now think about the number of a human beings you don’t know/will never know. How can it be possible for an individual to find their soul mate having known less that 1/1000th of the population.
I do not believe in predetermined things, under which a soul mate would fall. I believe in choice and free will. I believe that in your life, you will love many. This is not to say there is not a “one”. The concept of the one and the soul mate ate completely different, and people tend to get them mixed up. There will have to be only one if what you want is a healthy relationship, so why shouldn’t it be “the one”?
No, I don’t believe in soul mates .
I think so, yes. It’s a part of life, as cliche as that may be. Only cowards avoid love for fear of heartbreak—heartbreak can be somewhat inevitable
Personally, no I do not believe in God. My personal belief structure doesn’t allow for blind faith—though I don’t claim to have any definitive answers.
As for love, in its most basic form, what’s not to believe? I just think that love tends to be a bit misconceptualized because so many people have so many different expectations. It’s such an undefined emotion. It gets people into a lot of trouble. There is no greater feeling than being in love, but likewise, there is no worse one than losing or destroying it.
I’m no expert. Aside from having broken hearts, and having had mine own beat up a bit, I know very little about love.