"Some days everything I write
sounds like a eulogy
for the person I used to be."
I hate how school makes me feel. I hate the pressure of having to pass every subject. I hate how teachers force us to decide what we want to do as a career for the rest of our lives. I hate the feeling of walking into school; the anxiety that takes over. I hate sitting in assembly listening to the principal go on about how to improve. I hate over thinking tests and grades. I hate how I feel when I get a test back that I didn’t do well in, which coincides with how teachers make me feel when they hand a test back that I didn’t do well in. I hate knowing that people are constantly judging me by the things I say and do in class. I wish teachers would teach us things like how beautiful the Earth really is instead of going on about how destroyed we have made it. I hate how we don’t get taught how to accept who we are and embrace it. I hate how we are so self conscious of the things that make us who we are. I hate that we aren’t taught to be happy with ourselves and to always make room for self improvement but to not let our imperfections and flaws take over. I hate how teachers encourage us to be successful by getting a well paid job instead of teaching us that being wealthy and successful is really having good friends, family and happiness around. I hate how school takes over 18 years of life and turns us into anxiety stricken young adults. I wish we were taught what really matters in life instead of having to have panic attacks over completing four assignments at once.
"Each time you open a book and read it, a tree smiles knowing there’s life after death."
“Leo was so tired. He has his head on my stomach and asked for a sandwich. The assistant asked, ‘What do you want on it?’ and Leo said, ‘Oh, Kate will tell you.’ And Leo just kind of fell asleep. And I did know exactly what he wanted, this cheese and no tomato and no pickle. I absolutely knew. And I thought, ‘God, that’s really weird that I know this person so well.’ It was brilliant.”
WHY AREN’T THEY MARRIED?!?1
I LOVE THEM SO MUCH
He walked her down the aisle last year at her wedding
I hate my life. They are perfect.