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Darling, if only I could I would tell you that life was easy. I would tell you that it is just about the good times and the colorful smiles. That it is just about always waking up in the morning and feeling that everything is all right. If only I could I would tell you that bad things don’t happen and they were just false nightmares hunting you in your sleep. That there was no such things as lonely souls and broken heart’s wings. That there was no worries and stressful days. If only I could I would tell you that depression was just a myth. That you shouldn’t be scared for you can never have it. If only I could I would tell you that everyone will still treat you kind even if you had done bad things in your life. That there was no such things as insecurities and jealousy. That there is a lot and billions of people who will still love you even if you haven’t met each one of them. If only I could, I would tell you that there are no such things as thunderstorms and wild earthquakes that tried to ruin our homes. That a hurricane only wanted to drown us with its love—not with its overflowing hate at us. You see, if only I could I would only tell you about the beautiful things but I would be lying for the rest of my life. If I only tell you about these things, you would surely ask for proof and I would end up with empty hands. Because darling, I have nothing to give you when life had already showed the truth to you.
—  ma.c.a // I wanted to say a lot of things, but you wouldn’t believe me for sure
One of the rarest gifts someone can offer you in this world isn’t love or friendship or even honesty… it’s a chance. Because it’s easy for someone who knows you to believe in you, but when someone who doesn’t takes a chance on you by entrusting you with something that may or may not pay off for them, that’s a rare and special act of faith you’re not likely to ever see again.
If someone gives you a chance, recognize that you are being offered a unique combination of trust and generosity and don’t ever let them down. They’re taking a risk on you and you owe it both to them and yourself to give it your best shot, because an opportunity like that is rare… a person like that is rare… In fact, it just may be a once in a lifetime kind of thing.
Live the life you’d be envious of if you saw someone else living it. This is my personal mantra. Whenever I’m going through a difficult time, like a breakup, and I’m wishing to be the person who could get over it and move on, I tell myself to be that person. Instead of waiting to be inspired by someone else and being jealous that they’re living a life I wish I had, I tell myself not to wait for that moment and to start being the person I want to be.
—  Olivia Dunn
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When the universe blesses you with the opportunity to prosper, rejection is not the answer. Everything must be aligning for you, your hard work and dreams are coming together for you. The universe is acknowledging every little thing you have achieved. Don’t fear opportunities, accept every single one with a smile on your face and twinkle in your eye. You are greatness.

Greatness by Amy Kennedy


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