Monday, 10 June 2013

Being civil.

I think everyday in my life I'm encouraged and motivated by the actions of others. The steps that people make that take them that little but out of their comfort zone really makes a difference. 

Today I was approached by a girl I was formerly friends with, the funny thing in this situation is that to the best of my ability I am still not able to remember why exactly we stopped talking to each other -stupid I know -_-, don't judge me! Anyhoo, she came up to me and said in these, exact words 'our argument was stupid, let's at least be civil towards one another', to which I replied quite enthusiastically 'Ok! :D' again, don't judge me on the childish reply loooool. 

Anyways, what I'm getting at right now is that, she took a step out of her comfort zone to approach me, which was an alarmingly good start to my Monday morning, it was also encouraging because it made me want to go and sort out any problems I had with anyone else. You see… small step = big change! 

Ahhhhhh, it only the world was that simple, there would be no war, I wonder what would happen if Iran or Iraq or any other country asked America for example, to be civil? 💬

Tuesday, 4 June 2013

I can be your hero! 🎤

It's amazing how little actions can make a person happy, that bus driver that you smiled at, could be having a bad day & you -yes you!- just brightened it. 

Offering to help that person you don't like because you know it's right -although excruciating- might just brighten their day. Want to know why? Because your the bigger person. 

What I'm trying to get out here is that, you shouldn't just be kind to the people that are kind to you. Not only is that way too easy, but who does that help? 

Personally, I strive to make at LEAST one person smile each day, no, not just with my dashing good looks ;) lol, but because of something I did or said that affected them in a positive way. 

Now I'm not saying try and please everyone (!) because we all know that's near enough impossible (especially when you have that one hater that always has something negative to say at the tip of their tongue -_-).

But if you see an opportunity to make a positive difference, I say you grab it, put it in a headlock and wrestle it down! I mean, who doesn't want to be a hero for the day? 

Monday, 3 June 2013

Is the lie worthwhile?

Want to know what I find really funny? 


I mean funny in the sense that it's just unbelievable that some people are so blinded as to judge someone else when they're doing the same EXACT thing?!!

It's like really? REALLY? 

It's gets frustrating, especially when it's a friend of yours (because obviously this concept is based on real events loool). 

But in addition to this what's also infuriating is the fact that yes, sometimes it's hard to admit your wrong, yeah I get it, we've all been there, but to sit there and lie countless times because of your pride is just shameful. Yes, I'm shaking my head right now just to highlight how despicable (mmmm hmmm des-pi-ca-ble hunny!) your behaviour is. 

But ohh well, who am I to judge at the end of the day? It's not my life or my relationships being messed up.

Also, just to throw it out there, if anyone has a friend like that, who is a recurring hypocrite, please call them out on it, telling the friend of a friend is NOT going to solve anything. Trust me!