“Great things comes to those who wait”. That’s true, but you have to work for it & earn it. My observation says; lazy minds always daydream about achieving great things effortlessly. You are defined by the choices you make. Your life is yours to live and nobody else can save you or live it for you. And unless you were born rich or marry rich, there’s probably not going to be a lot of handouts coming your way. Nobody knows exactly what you think or want except you and nobody will be as upset as you if you don’t achieve your goals. So don’t depend on someone else to build your dreams for you.
Be the creator of your own happiness and take responsibility for your past and present to create the future you want.
If your life has tons of problems and some weed/drug is helping you to get away from those problems, then I pity on that cheap life. If you are using those for a good time, then too I feel pity over you because I feel having fun with all senses active makes more sense. Some people must be thinking what’s my opinion on alcohol?! I would rather say ask yourself. My point is; if your brother is getting married or it’s some friend’s birthday, you got a promotion or you proposed your future boo to take your relationship to next level, please have few sip of wine or whiskey to celebrate that moment. Even I am a fan of some good aged red wine & dirty martini if there is an occasion.
What I wanted to share is: people who use any kind of psychedelics or alcohol to get rid of their reality will never understand the beauty of life.
Definitely YES, can’t say no to my bestie. One big reason I avoid marriages, I just don’t want to intimidate few people around me. & I am not the one who loves wearing formal/suits. So all set this time. My ass will take another big hit because of two more long haul flights. All good, big love.
Yes. No states in USA has a ban on child marriages. I saw this video of VICE, heart wrecking. Till today, i thought it’s problem in India & Africa. I was wrong, India has an age bar of above 18 for marriage.
A bright note or a step in right direction, Florida just made the age bar of 18 in their legislation for marriage.