I think it’s really important to not force things. If it works it works. If it doesn’t it doesn’t. You can’t make someone treat you how you should be. You can’t make someone care about you the way they should.

Ultimately when someone is really important to you, when you really love and care about them you do everything you can to make them see it.

In my experience I’ve been on both sides.

I’ve had friends who really wanted to be close to me and really wanted a good friendship. But I wasn’t there. I wasn’t as in it as they were. It’s sad because someone can do all the right things. They can be giving, kind, funny and sweet but if our minds aren’t on the same wavelength there’s nothing solid there. There’s always gonna be trouble.

I also been on the other side. Being that friend. Always looking out for the person, wanting to do everything, being giving, kind and sweet. Putting that friend above everyone else. But it wasn’t there. I kept trying, wishing and begging but it wasn’t there.

A time will come when you realize you have to let go. You’ll find new friends, you’ll have new experiences and new stories. Why bear the heavy weight of sadness, why continue to hurt yourself or the other person?

Letting go isn’t the same as not caring.

Is it caring more?

You’re caring for the person you’re unintentionally hurting

Or

You’re caring for yourself

I wrote this in my English class when I was 14. I think we were assigned to write a poem as someone else or maybe a fictional character. 

So naturally I chose to write Mickey Mouses suicide note. Ya know like any normal child would. 

Suicide note #16

To whom it may concern,

As you read this letter
I will no longer be alive

You think you know me 
You think you loved me 
But really you just scarred me

Like a match to the skin 
You burned me

Caged like an animal
Segregated from the world 

It doesn’t hurt that you were evil
What hurts is 
I 
see
myself
in 
you

I wrote this in my English class when I was 14. I think we were assigned to write a poem as someone else or maybe a fictional character.

So naturally I chose to write Mickey Mouses suicide note. Ya know like any normal child would.

Suicide note #16

To whom it may concern,

As you read this letter
I will no longer be alive

You think you know me
You think you loved me
But really you just scarred me

Like a match to the skin
You burned me

Caged like an animal
Segregated from the world

It doesn’t hurt that you were evil
What hurts is
I
see
myself
in
you

I have thoughts and opinions and I’m not holding them back anymore.

Not gonna be sorry for what I think.

Bye.

Secret tip to make your phones battery last at Coachella:

Don’t use your phone and actually experience something for once instead of documenting it to make yourself feel like your life has meaning.


Katy Perry & Devonté Hynes (aka Blood Orange) at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival (DAY 3) 


GET AWAY FROM HIM

Katy Perry & Devonté Hynes (aka Blood Orange) at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival (DAY 3) 

GET AWAY FROM HIM

(Source: hello-katy)

COACHELLA MIXTAPE

COACHELLA MIXTAPE

celebstarlets:

4/12/14 - Banks performing at the 2014 Coachella Music Festival: Day 2.

celebstarlets:

4/12/14 - Banks performing at the 2014 Coachella Music Festival: Day 2.

(Source: hadarlikestoblog)

compasswaters:

100% of people who tell you you’re too sensitive are saying it because they don’t want to be held responsible for your reaction when they mistreat you

This is too relevant.

"You are very talented and genuine and sensitive. I mean that in the best way. You’re a deep, thoughtful person. I personally think that anyone who says, thinks or just treats you like your feelings don’t matter is a selfish douche bag! You need someone who is going to cherish that about you, not criticize you for it!"

Wise friend (directed towards me)

"Don’t waste your time explaining who you are to people who are committed to misunderstanding you."

Lecrae

(Source: murmurrs)

It’s nice talking to people who you know actually want to talk to you.

"Idk I have this CRAZY idea that my feelings matter"

Wise friend

"My father had taught me to be nice first, because you can always be mean later, but once you’ve been mean to someone, they won’t believe the nice anymore. So be nice, be nice, until it’s time to stop being nice, then destroy them."

Laurell K. Hamilton (via planb-becomeapirate)

(Source: makelovetothemoon)