maracastilloooLots of thoughts at 2AM on a man so devoted to bringing change and equality to our world. My mom and dad raised me to love and respect everyone, regardless of any differences they possess. Growing up, I realized more and more that not everyone holds that belief. But I think Dr. King would be proud of those who do, most especially those who take action to ensure the equality of humankind. I think as humans, we are all connected. We all have stories. We struggle. We learn and love. And we are all the same. We each have a purpose. We are here for a reason. It is our job to take care of one another. Providing or sharing something you own that someone else does not: food, water, warmth, shelter, love, equality- these things make a difference. Lately I've been thinking about how I want to change something that I've barely seen. So maybe this is where I begin. I crave exploration of this world. I dream of becoming a better person and making a difference in someone's life. I intend to always keep an open mind and open heart. There is much more to this life. What have you done to make this world a better place?2mon
unknownshutterrelease then I guess we can say desperation to reach your dreams happiness or love (which I think is pretty much the same thing when you reach your dreams you'll be happy and you can't desperately want to reach your dreams unless you love it so it's all combined) is the key to success
maracastillooo@unknownshutterrelease I can't tell if that's sarcasm man. But I think desperation is the wrong word. Dedication is a better one. What do you believe in and what are your dreams?
unknownshutterrelease I'm sarcastically telling how I feel how I believe. answers to those questions might be little too long to respond here. we can also work on those questions just as a poet said "wrong questions cannot have right answers" anyway I like dedication too however I'd still go for desperation for real. Desperation feels a lot stronger. One of my dreams is to find answers to the questions I... I told you this would be too long to answer.
maracastilloooCompletely speechless, in shock, and heartbroken this morning. Ned Vizzini's books got me through some tough times throughout high school and growing up. "It's Kind of a Funny Story" was a reminder to me and to many others of the ability to conquer any struggle, especially depression. "Travel. Fly. Swim. Meet. Love. Dance. Win. Smile. Laugh. Hold. Walk. Skip... Run home and enjoy. Enjoy. Take these verbs and enjoy them. They're yours, Craig. You deserve them because you chose them. You could have left them all behind but you chose to stay here. So now live for real, Craig. Live." Thank you for everything. Rest in peace.3mon