I heard this in Marshalls and it instantly got stuck in my head. Oh pop music. lol
Full of such blind rage I need a seeing eye dog. Can’t even find the page, I was writing this rhyme on, (oh..) Its on a rampage, couldn’t even see what I wrote I write small.
—Eminem (Rhyme or Reason)
Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.
Gonna be sick
Mama always said, “Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.
Did You Know That The red juice in raw red meat actually isn’t blood?
My next college exam in my seemingly never ending string of exams that will span my four years of college is in just over two hours. It is a lot of adjustment getting used to exams here at college. I just hope I will be able to succeed despite the difference. The most important thing to keep in mind, I think, is simply to learn from mistakes. Mistakes are something we all make because we are all human. But we are not doomed to an endless cycle of repeating the mistakes that we make. Rather, we are to learn from the past, from our mistakes, and from history in order to make or present and futures more successful. Whenever I make a mistake, I always try to view it as through the lens of optimism and think “I am going to be so much better prepared for the next situation that comes my way with this newly gain wisdom.” Mistakes can make us better people, as counterintuitive as that statement may first appear. But the key word in that statement is “can”. For if we simply keep repeating out mistakes, because the mistakes in themselves are not good, we are making everything worse. But it is when we take a negative things, such as mistakes, and turn them into something positive, such as knowledge gained or a lessoned learned, that we truly become better because of our failures. No one could ever get better if they didn’t do something less than the best the first time. If you did it the best right away there would be no room for improvement. However, there always is room for improvement. So remember to take what you learn from your obvious (and not so obvious) failures or sub-par performances and change your present behavior so that your future may be more successful and correct.