I am 5’9”. My thighs touch and rub together, my breasts are large, and I have, what I kindly and fondly call, a pooch.
I have no...
First, you, anon, don’t know me personally, only through my blogging, so you cannot make such accusations against me.
Secondly, you don’t...
All I’m saying about the presidential debate is Tumblr is so biased. #knowyourfactsbeforeyoustateyouropinion
Do you ever think about one thing for so long that it becomes a part of your daily life? A thought turns into a theory and before you know it you can’t move through your routine without putting the weight of that theory into play. I don’t know. Maybe it’s just me. I tend to over think things. If I think about a word long enough it can seem like it’s not real no matter what Merriam-Webster says.
Something I just can’t shake right now is people. Do you realize how many hundreds, if not thousands, of people you interact with in a given week? There are billions of us here on this planet. Billions of us who largely have the same goals; to be happy and to help those we know and love be happy. It’s pretty remarkable if you think about it. We interact with each other in big or small ways every single day. Sometimes those interactions seems angry, hateful, or some other emotion to which we don’t like to be exposed. Even those, the interactions that make us feel small, are in some way helping another person achieve the happiness they strive for. Maybe it’s not the best way, but a co-worker who is angry over the way you’ve done something isn’t really angry at you as much as they’re upset that something is getting in the way of their perfect plan to do everything the way they think it should be done. A plan that will help them reach whatever their goal is in their career.
It’s almost unbelievable to think about, but if you try really hard you can equate every minute action of an individual to something that they believe will help them or someone they love to be happier.
It may sound pretty wild, but we’re really all just stumbling through life trying to find happiness in a world that seems to want to keep us from doing so.