Your grief is a real tangible thing. Fuck if no one else can see it or expects you to snap out of it. Fuck it and fuck them. It is a very real solid thing and its yours. Own it. Process it, accept it, live it. Grief grieved heals.
"I’m trying to be more patient. I want everything to happen right now, when I know I should be going slow and paying my dues."
"In what area are you most impatient?"
"I know I should say ‘career,’ but honestly, I really want to fall in love."
"How do you pay your dues in love?"
"You’ve got to meet a lot of people. You can’t just go around saying: ‘Hey! You’re nice, and attractive. So I love you!’"
Do not bring yourself to ruin chasing something that is not running from you.
This was something I said recently to one of my followers who was asking for travel advice.
My point was: we have a habit of obsessing over certain things and thinking if we don’t get them now, we never will. Sometimes it is better to be patient and allow the things we want in life to come to us.(via backpackersguidetoearth)
Anonymous asked: Flip a coin for me and let me know if it lands on heads or tails. Please and thank you. Sincerely, A sad and broken-hearted girl in Canada
Only if you message me off anon and talk to me about all the wonderful things you hope to do during your life. I can tell you my hopes and dreams and we can tell each other what scares us and what makes us sad. I will tell you how I felt while I was in high school and how hard it was to get out of bed on the worst days and how there would be months on end where I didn’t think I would see the next one. Or we can talk about the things that make us smile and all the places we want to see and things we want to do and people we want to kiss. So talk to me off anon and let us be the friend neither of us have but both of us need.
"You’re A Wizard Harry." My favourite area of London, King’s Cross.