May 14, 2015

Forever Young

When one finds him or herself at the age of 25 years old, one must revise one's life carefully. Am I where I am supposed to be? Tomorrow I step into the othe half of my twenties, and it's scary as shit. And it gets me thinking; how long can I keep focusing on me? How much longer can I be selfish. Time is just running out on me, and the focus is about to shift. At least I am up front about being all about me; my career, my education, my fun and so on. Because in all reality we are one hell of a selfish generation, snapping selfies every second. If it's not about us, than it's not relevant. The range of concentration is up to 2 seconds and we are on to the next. Damn, we are the lucky ones; the world at our fingertips on our smart phones, dictating world trends on social media. We really have got it all. And I never ever want to grow old...
Coaat - Zara, Shoes - Retro, Jeans - Diesel, Shirt - Jean Paul, Bag - H&M, Sunglasses - RayBan
 

                               
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May 4, 2015

Holding back

I have nothing to say to you. Honestly, it’s weird, because I used to be so opinionated before. I think that a part of the maturing process is learning to hold back, to realize that not everything is black and white, and that there are not always rights and wrongs. However, I really wish it was that way. I am that kind of person – right and wrong, and nothing in-between. That being said, I do consider myself as a righteous person. And I deep down still believe that my beliefs are true; I’m just an eternal optimist and romantic. It’s just that promoting the believes isn’t something you gain by. It’s just a lot of words with no specific outcome. I personally find more joy in holding back.
 

                               

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April 21, 2015

Stars in the Sky

A night sky filled with stars is probably the most beautiful thing you will ever see. It’s so magnificient in all its glory. Especially if things are going you way, then you can really take a moment to enjoy this sight. Like last night, a rare moment for me. But I took a minute to be thankful for everything that I got, and not to focus on what I don’t. It is funny how the urge to have, acquire and own is so insignificant, but totally controls our lives. Unless you live in a mud hut, off course. Despite not living in a hut, I find these moments precious. And as I grow older I’ve learnt to appreciate the little things… Wait, who am I kidding?! I still want that AMG version of a Benz. PERIOD. YOLO, PERIOD!
 

                               

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