My name makes me different. My personality makes me a target. My past makes me a victim. But my hope and faith makes me a winner.
I’m really bad at writing about me, especially when there’s a character limit. I’ll do my best.
Hi. I’m just another teenager, winning some and losing some. I’ve been through some tough stuff but it’s my moral to never give up. Nothing in life is certain and we all have the power to change our destiny. Every single person out there is worth something; everyone is something. Don’t think you are? Put your hand over your heart. Feel that beating? That’s your heart, and your purpose. You’re alive for a reason. You are someone’s reason for waking up. Don’t believe me? You’re my reason for waking up then. Not you especially, but all the people who think they don’t matter. It’s you; it’s always been you, who make the world turn - your never ending optimism and your smiles give other people hope and give me faith in humanity that actually there are some decent people left. So, thank you.
Reading, writing and music are the things that keep me alive. You ‘need’ food? I need music. Music is my everything; it’s every breath in my body. My writing is strange, like my sense of humour and personality.
Life isn’t a competition. Don’t judge. It’s not up to you to decide who is who and who is not.
I love quotes too. They’re sometimes better, because they tell a story in a sentence or two, often with deeper meanings than they come across. Just like people. There’s always a deeper meaning.
Thanks for reading. If you feel like it, read on in any of my stories below. Don’t forget to like, add, vote, comment or fan! You wouldn’t believe how much one comment means to me.
Stay safe, all my love,
Just one of societies f**k-ups.
- JoinedJanuary 8, 2012
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