Life… in a few paragraphs.

So please, just be patient. I’m so afraid to care about someone, I know it seems like I’m this strong girl who can get through everything, but inside I’m very fragile. I’ve had so many things thrown at me, and each one has only made me crack. What I’m afraid of is shattering.

Just say what you mean and mean what you say. Don’t expect someone to read your mind. Don’t plan games with heads or hearts. Don’t tell half truths and expect trust. When the full truth comes out, half truths are lies with pink ribbons. Don’t be cold to someone you care for. Indifference hurts more than words.

We say we love flowers, yet we pluck them. We say we love trees, yet we cut them down. And people still wonder why some people are afraid when told they are loved.

Trust is a fragile thing. Once earned, it affords us tremendous freedom. But once trust is lost, it can be impossible to recover. Of course the truth it, we never know who we can trust. Those we’re closest to can betray us, and total strangers can come to our rescue. In the end, most people decide to trust only themselves. It really is the simplest way to keep from getting burned.

Friends are people that touch your heart. You could spend hours with them doing nothing at all and it can be the best time of your life, just because it was with them. They’re the people you can share your secrets with, cry with, laugh with, and just have fun with. They don’t judge you or make you change. They accept you exactly as you are. You all share something in common and are tied together by memories, tears, laughs, and smiles. Friendship is the strangest but greatest thing in the world. I find my time with my friends the best times of my life.

When you stop fighting, you stop living. We all need that thing that’s worth fighting for. Maybe it’s a certain someone, or a special place, maybe just an idea.

So find your fight, and fight like hell until your battle is won.

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