Are the ones that are always there. You don’t need to talk to them every single day or be in the same group of friends but once you start talking to them, it’s endless hours of conversations. They’re the ones that knows you best and no matter how much you drift from them, they’re still your bestfriends.
I know my limit.
I actually know when to give up on someone, or push them away. I can’t sit here and take anymore of your bullshit. So now, this is me walking away.
You came into my life and then leave just like you never knew me?
Eventually conversations get shorter and replies get slower..
After all the things I did for you, you still haven’t changed a thing.
it's not easy
Pretending you’re okay when you’re not. Especially when you’re with your close friends. They know you too well sometimes and you don’t want them knowing you’re not okay because you don’t want them worrying. So you just fake smiles all day long, but once you get home you just start bursting into tears. There’s a point where you’ve held something in for too long you just can’t hold it in anymore.
We would talk to each other every day from morning to night. You would hit me up all the time, and actually put effort into our conversations so it never got boring or ended awkwardly. Talking to you made me happy.. at first. Now, things are just really bad. It’s either I get a ridiculously late reply, a dull reply, or no reply from you at all. I hate it.
I hate when the routine ends.
Where you talk to certain people for days, weeks, months or maybe years on end then all of a sudden it stops. No matter what the cause was you still feel an empty space in your life. Things don’t feel the same.. You aren’t the same.
It’s a beautiful thing if you learn to be independent and strong on your own. To not always depend on others. Because you know that you can’t trust everyone in this world. People come and go. And if you learn to be happy on your own, and someone else comes along that is able to add on to that happiness of yours—it’s a feeling like no other.
We’re both looking at the same moon, in the same world. We’re connected to reality by the same line. All I have to do is quietly draw it towards me.
I believe that one of the hardest things in life is knowing what you want in life. But once you get that down, then beautiful. Opportunities will soon start to appear. You start to learn what type of people you need to have around, and who to let go. If what you desire is truly to your heart’s content, then you will start to grow this indestructible hope, this flame inside your heart that will never burn out—despite the obstacles and hardships you will have to overcome. And in the end, it will all be worth it. But the thing is, you first have to know what you want. That is the most difficult part of it all.
The past is the past. You can’t go back in time and change absolutely anything. What has been done is done. Where you are right now at this exact moment is the present. And what you still have offered to you is your future. If your past is weighing you down, try your best to think of now. You’re living right now. The future is something that you’re able to change. So make it count.