Just Be You.


If you ask me to list down everything that I hate about people nowadays, one of the top ten answers would be pretending to be someone else. It’s not just about creating a fake Facebook/Twitter account, it’s not just about copying off someone, it’s not just about doing what other people want you to do.

It’s about lying to yourself.

Stop worrying your asses off about what others might think of you. Stop filling your heads with unnecessary thoughts on what others might comment or criticize about you. Stop trying to please everyone else and start pleasing your heart’s desires.

You Only Live Once.

So why waste your live to please other people? Why waste your time trying to be like other people, when you’re better off being yourself? Who cares if what you’re doing is not what other people are doing. Like, who cares, seriously? It’s YOUR life, YOUR choices, YOUR future. Stop, and I mean STOP trying to be like everyone else.

No two people in this world have the same fate. No two people in this world share the same luck. No two people in this world have the same destiny. People are born with different talents, different gifts, different stories. Yes, you may look up to certain people, you may idolize them, but remember, you are not them.

“The woman who follows the crowd will usually go no further than the crowd. The woman who walks alone is likely to find herself in places no one has ever been before.” –Albert Einstein.

Create your own path to success, draw your own future, open the doots that you never thought of opening before. Accept changes, take chances, be brave. What’s life without a little risk? Challenge yourself. Do the impossible. Be creative. Success will be yours one day. You’d get there some day, trust me. Everyone’s destined for greatness, you just have to look for the opportunities and grab them. And most importantly, trust your heart. 🙂

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