B (neonsuburbia) wrote,
B
neonsuburbia

when the curious girl realizes shes under a glass.

these are some words from my *bible* "A Return to Love" this book should be required reading for the world.

"Love is what we were born with. Fear is what we have learned here. The spiritual journey is the relinquishment-or unlearning-of fear and the acceptance of love back in our hearts. Love is the essential existential fact. It is our ultimate reality and our purpose on earth. To be consciously aware of it, to experience love in ourselves and others, is the meaning of life...we came here to co-create with god by extending love. Life spent with any other purpose in mind is meaningless, contrary to our nature, and ultimately painful. It's as though weve been lost in a dark parallel universe where things are loved more than people. we overvalue what we percieve with our physical senses, and undervalue what we know to be true in our hearts." -Marianne Williamson

so i couldnt sleep last nite again. i had an idea. i wanna start a "quarter-life crisis hotline". like for people from 18-25 who are freaking out and going insane like me and a lot of other people i know. we are all trying to figure our shit out, on top of school, and relationships, and parents, and being independent, and its a lot to handle, i know personally it is. and im sure anyone else can agree. so i think it would be cool to have a line you can call and be comfortable talking to people our own age and getting advice and stuff. i have no idea how the hell id start that though. i just know that id love to help people and give them some of the amazing advice that ive been given. and since a lot of poeple my age cant afford a therapist and think its dumb to ask for help, its free, and id promote it as something cool, that people dont have to be afraid to call. id love to just talk to people going through the same stuff im going through. anyway, i wanna figure out how to do that. yeah, thats my idea. woo*

peace oot homekidz
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