- Resolve : Strive not to be a burden to anybody
- Some people are not worth fighting for
- Being “inlove” is an overrated idea. Inlove is as romanticized as coffeeshops and coffee. It brings you nothing but poor decision-making.
- Strive for the “intelligent” and “discerning” kind of love. Not the flittery-glittery, butterflies-in-the-stomach-that-only-lasts-for-a-month-kind-of-love. Strive for forever.
- People will hurt you. Forgive them.
- You will hurt people (intentional or untintentional, the human heart sucks). Ask for forgiveness. Don’t let pride eat you up.
- “Create a climate of grace in relationships.”
“Forgiveness can be one-sided. Forgive them even if they aren’t sorry.” -Marie
- When it is hard to forgive, think of the times you have been forgiven even if you didn’t deserve it.
- Resolve : Never to express bitterness, self-pity, hatred, and cynicism in social media.”Life is too short to hoard words, but do know when it is wasted and when it is not.”
- Coffee and Hersheys cannot be Happy’s substitute and proxy.
- Don’t go from one distraction to another just to avoid the issues in your life. Face the problem and deal with it with a broken and contrite heart.
- “The problem is not the problem, the problem is the heart.”
- The heart is deceitful above all else, who can discern it? The heart-maker, ofcourse.
- Don’t make pain-relievers out of people.
- Stop romanticizing things. It might feel cute and poetic, but man, reality is way better. #ChooseReality
- Truth is underrated.
- In this world full of lies and forsaken pinky-swears, cling to what is true! Truth is worth fighting for.
- Bitterness is not poetic.
- One day, “it” will not matter anymore. Make it your aim to leave it all behind.
“The world behind me, the Cross before me, No turning back, No turning back.”