Sometimes it’s hard to make the right choice when we’ve got a million options to choose from…
I’m not in this life to impress people or to live up to everyone else’s standards. I don’t compete with the superficial nor do I waste my time on irrelevant people. You can hate me cuz I’m harsh, or love me because I’ll always speak the truth…
Is it just me, or are more and more women wearing less and less these days? Why do they feel the need to bare it all to feel sexy? We’ve combatted years and years of sexism and male dominance for trashy women like that, who have a low level of morale, who allow themselves to be objectified, make things harder for respectable women to walk around without being gawked at like cheap prey.
The worst part is, these women who walk around nasty and all, LOVE the attention, and they’ll continue to do it without any regard as to how it makes them look. Then they have the audacity to bitch and complain about how men treat them, and that they can never find the right guy! GO FIGURE lol.
These types of girls, end up with guys who cheat on them and don’t really care. After all, who wants to be with a girl who wears her shirt lower than her morale, or has the IQ equivalant to their waste size right?
This really hits a nerve with me, I’m just tired of seeing women degrade themselves, and put themselves on display, when all the while, good women are overlooked, and disrespected because of the wreckless actions of these girls.
I don’t know what their intentions are, or how potent the crack they smoke is, for them to think that these types of actions are appropriate..but what I do know, is that for the most part, on the outside, these girls are happy, but you must live a lonely, unfullfilled life when you feel the need to act out in such ways. It’s funny how it’s becoming more and more socially acceptable, for these types of behavior. It’s no longer taboo, but is still frowned upon.
You can’t be loved, until you love yourself. You’re rewarded with respect, when you yourself are respectful. If this is a cry out for the chance to earn social standing, stop. Because social standing isn’t important, if the people you surround yourself with aren’t REAL friends. Your real friends will continue to be there throughout this change…
But seriously…find yourselves! What you are now, may not be who you are as the end result…but it sure as hell will pave that path.
Here I am again, at this junction in my life where I stand still and scrutinize the world around me. The world keeps moving, and sometimes it is hard to move with it. It’s exhausting to keep up. But when you do things at your own pace, sometimes it’s almost as though the world is leaving you behind.
Whether it be the world as a whole, the people that live in my own personal world, or my mind being the center of my own universe, nothing ever coincides. One good day can equal a week of trecherous demands..but somehow, i’ve risen above it all…and here I am! Once again, exhausted!
I don’t think I’ve ever been the type (in my adult life) to ask for more than what I could give. I’ve gone through my older notes, and I’ve come to realize that WOW, what nearly 3 years of experiences can do to a person. I’ve grown! I’ve matured! I’ve developed into what seems to be…MY MOTHER! lol.
But I look at her and KNOW that I’ve got a great woman to look up to as a mentor, an idol and most importantly a friend! She is everything I aspire to be as a woman, a mother and a wife. She’s always given her all to me and our family, even if that took the very last of her strength for the day. She’s never neglected to show us that her family was her #1 priority. She was and is, and always will be the glue that holds this family together, and the root of my strength. So Yes, I am proud to say that I am my mother’s daughter.
So speaking of prioritizing…
What do you spend your time on? What do you believe is worth letting into your life, and investing your time in, knowing that you’ll never get it back. I’ve had a great deal of conversations with close friends and family regarding this issue. When do we know when to just let things go? When do we draw the line? When does it become time to filter out the bad, and throw away the junk?
Through experience, I’ve come to terms with who I am as a person. I have friends that I know will be with me for the rest of my life, they’re dependable, trustworthy, honest loyal people…they genuinely are. They’re there through the good times, but they’re also there when things look like they’re going downhill. True friends right? So why would i waste my time on people that offer me NOTHING? The ones who show face when you wanna party, but when you’re feeling down and out, they don’t even have the courtesy to offer you true honest moral support? Pft, talk about a waste of time!
Anyways, to end this off. I’ve chosen the title as “spring cleaning”.
Rid yourselves of the junk in your life, filter out the useless and the negative, and start fresh =)
I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again…
YOU’RE ONLY AS GOOD AS THE COMPANY YOU KEEP. So what you do with your own time, and with whom you decide to invest your time on, is a clear indication of who you are as a person. Your life, your decisions, your outcome! So make the right choice!
People need to learn how to value intellect, dignity and honesty!
People don’t understand how detrimental it is to a relationship if one person does NOT value intellect, dignity and honesty. It creeps under our skin more than we know, and it eats away at our security and emotional stability.
I’ve seen too many people get hurt over something that could’ve been prevented, had they known better. So here I am, voicing out my opinion regarding these issues.
People tend to gravitate towards those who they have similar interests with, and share the same level of morale.
Women truly have this mean power of persuasion. They can destroy relationships that have taken years to build, in seconds. Sometimes it goes un noticed, sometimes you grasp the feeling of intrigue for a second, and let it slip through your fingers because you’re aware of the consequences. Not realizing, that a second is all it takes to shatter a picture perfect frame. And the funny thing is, these actions NEVER go un noticed. The truth does come out in the most unconventional, unexpected ways. You can’t hide it. People are alot more transparent, than they think they are.
Women need to stop objectifying themselves. They need to stop putting themselves on display, without a care as to who sees what. It’s something you expect from an adolescent, not a lady. It’s very important for me to display characteristics, that I feel are genuinely valued. First impressions DO count, and I believe in saying as you do and doing as you say.
It may be one of my down falls, but i DO expect the same from those people I let into my life. Those whom I love, those I value, and those I respect. I’ve been on both ends of the spectrum, which I feel is the reason why I’m able to have these opinions. I’ve been the one who’s been betrayed, and I’ve also betrayed. I’ve lied and have been lied to. I’ve hurt as well as been hurt. And the truth is, nothing ever really prepares you for these experiences. You can only choose to never repeat them, and it gives you the opportunity to grow and learn.
Now with all that said. We all have this idea of what a healthy honest relationship consists of. You can only offer your best, and when you do..your only expectation is that you’re given the same back…their best!
Never invest your time into someone, if your all isn’t there. Be in a relationship whole-heartedly, it’s the only way things work. Don’t let distractions get the best of you. It’s not worth it, to risk the happiness of the one you know has genuine love for you, just so that you can share your attention with women who puts herself on a platter for everyone to share. Never lose sight of what you’re fortunate to have. Because I can gaurantee you, that if you don’t treat them well, if you don’t appreciate them, reassure them, love and care for them…someone else will…
Know what you have….and be grateful!
You’re only as good as the company you keep… — dad