I wasn't brought up with the perception that the neighbor's grass is always greener, but traveling through life can lead you away from your real goals and makes you forget who you are or where you're headed, every so often.
The more civilized a country is, the more they have to compartmentalize you, perhaps to try and better understand you. But still; does anybody honestly and profoundly understand us? Does anybody actually care for our emotions, vision, everything we truly are, ...
Light blue is a very welcome color in any apartment; it will define the year in fashion as well as in makeup; light blue will often turn into a soft pastel violet.
There is a personal message hidden in everything you're facing in your life; it's the right answer and it's meant only for you. The question is: Are we able to recogniseit? My answer seems to be No butI hope you have better luck.
They say that snowflakes have souls. Each has its own thoughts and a free will, each is different from others, even if they seem the same at first glance. People are like snowflakes.
Stay a bit mysterious, a friend told me. Don't even try to change so that others would accept you. As the years pass, you realize that other things don't matter as much as what you carry within.
We should do what we love more often. We should also care less about what other people think. These wonderful heads of ours can conjure up quite bizarre thoughts, which often catch us like a spider web, and it's difficult to avoid it.
I'm thinking about scars and the way life marks us and the way we lick our wounds just like animals; at first, we're certain they won't heal, but we forget about them entirely in a couple of years.