Untitled
greaterthanexpected:

trust
So freakin true….

So freakin true….

callmescrounger:

Untitled na We Heart It http://weheartit.com/entry/87501449
levina143:

So True | reminiscingourmoments.tumblr.com on We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/90034835

levina143:

So True | reminiscingourmoments.tumblr.com on We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/90034835

fuckyeahmathandsciencetattoos:

Symbol of Macrophage :)   http://www.facebook.com/MichelleLydiaModel
ugh…why is it so confusing

I’m definitely going to be regretting this later because no one in my family or my circle of friends know but um….I think i’m bisexual. Actually, I know i’m bisexual. I mean, I love guys. I really do. They seem fun and adorable in many ways. However, after hanging around, being w/ guys (boyfriends/whatever), I start to crave for…you know…females. I haven’t dated a female yet but whenever I see a pretty girl that catches my eye. I’m immediately zoned in. I want to know her name, get her number, find out her hobbies or what’s in her jeans. (sorry uncalled for, I know) And it’s hard cause i know i like guys but its an undeniable fact that i like girls too. I want to explore that territory to but….I’m not ready yet. My family and friends are not exactly the most accepting and approving when it comes to stuff like this. Either way, it has been causing me problems. Do you know how confusing it is to have wet dreams dealing w/ both men and women. Where do you go from there? And…what do you do when you start craving for the other? How do you stay in a long-term relationship w/ that stuff lying overhead? I don’t know. I’m confused and I’m tired of being confused. I think i’m just going to take it as it is and see where that takes me. Hopefully, I’ll get married and this thing won’t be an issue. 

I wasn’t lonely. I experienced no self-pity.
I was just caught up in a life
in which I could find no meaning.

Charles Bukowski

no self-pity.

All of old. Nothing else ever. Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.

Samuel Beckett

always fail better.

Embracing failure as an essential part of the learning process is the secret to success often left untaught. Noone succeeds by giving up or wallowing in self-pity but instead achieve it by dusting off their jeans after falling. So indeed, fail better.

That is why it is so important to let certain things go. To release them. To cut loose.
People need to understand that no one is playing marked cards; sometimes we win and sometimes we lose.

Don’t expect to get anything back,
don’t expect recognition for your efforts,
don’t expect your genius to be discovered or your love to be understood.

Complete the circle.
Not out of pride, inability, or arrogance,
but simply because whatever it is no longer fits in your life.

Close the door,
change the record,
clean the house, get rid of the dust.

Stop being who you were and
become who you are.
Paulo Coelho

trading-places:

There is something about somebody who smiles every time they look at you.