I wear my heart on my sleeve; not on my twitter, tumblr or facebook.
Anonymous asked: I can't say for sure whether you are genuine or not, you say that you try to get along with everyone because you believe that everyone should be treated with respect, yet you skin up your face at people and overall don't give most people a chance ... you sit and criticize. When i listen to how you speak, there is no way you treat people with respect as a matter of fact you talk down to...
Someone told me I should stop keeping my feelings inside and I should be more open. Do they have any idea what that would create in my life? Some things should be left personal.
Now all is done there is nothing to say, you have gone and so effortlessly. You...– Impossible by Shontelle. I’ve always been crazy about this song
I am convinced that everyone can develop a good heart and a sense of universal...– Dalai Lama (Source: bornonthe17th)
That appreciation grew to respect. That respect grew to like, and that like grew...– The Wedding Planner
anyone can give up, its the easiest thing to do....
32447.) I sacrifice my happiness and comfort for...
Real friends are not those who are always around...
Probably one of the main reasons I joined Tumblr lol. I saw a friend with it and I thought it was pretty cool. Picture Challenge Day 01 - A picture of yourself and 15 facts Day 02 - A picture of someone you’ve known for a while. Day 03 - A picture of the cast from your favourite show Day 04 - A picture of a place you wish you were Day 05 - A picture of your favourite memory Day 06 - A picture of...
A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough...– Herm Albright (via edwardoctavianus)
I know you're tired, I know you're a little self...
yanilavigne: -Evan Taubenfeld
Never treat anyone like a stone, as if they don't...
We all wear masks. Everyone, everyday. Sometimes we wear them so much we forget...– Nikita (TV Series)
You rub the sore / When you should bring the plaster.– Gonzalo from William Shakespeare’s The Tempest (submitted by sittingontheringsofsaturn)
Its important to always put yourself in other people’s shoes. Especially when they suck it up and constantly do it for you. Sometimes the only way to understand how someone feels is not by listening to what they say, but by asking yourself, “how would I feel?”. Don’t praise yourself for being selfless when really all you’ve done is be polite.