I asked a six year old
“Do you think a heart is capable
of breaking?”

Then the six year old said
“No I don’t think so because
hearts are inside.”

I wanted to be that six year old
at that moment.


Alexa Evangelista | innocence (via vodkakilledtheteens)

(Source: vodkakilledtheteens, via scattered-minds)

@1 week ago with 1210 notes

I guess we’re done…

@1 week ago

Empty Promises.

@3 weeks ago

When you had so much inside but has no words to best and rightfully describe them all…

@3 weeks ago with 1 note

"The hours between 12am and 6am
have a funny habit of making you feel
like you’re either on top of the world,
or under it."

@1 month ago with 358927 notes

All I want to hear is how you’ll change and make it all better. All you give me is a counter-point to all that i said.

Maybe I’m asking too much…

@1 week ago

I am either stupid or stupid because I always don’t say what i really want to say. But if you have any ounce of decency and respect for me, you would have told me the truth and not continue lying to my face.

Things could have been worked out. Lying leads to nothing!

@1 week ago

Things change…

@3 weeks ago


Society has set up neat little boxes for what we “should” be and breaking out of those boxes can be scary. So people tend to stick to these little boxes allowing ourselves to be labeled to fit them.

I am not against self-labeling. Self-labeling could be a means to forge identity and create community. When we can put a name to how we feel, think, identify, it gives us a vocabulary to describe ourselves and communicate who we are to others. Being able to figure out which label, if any, fits helps a lot of people understand themselves better.

However, what these labels might do is create assumptions. When we are taken in by a label, we are taken in by opinions and beliefs. This makes you wonder why people see only a narrow view of an expansive and complicated human being. When labeling ourselves or others lead to assumptions, it obscures the contents of the individual. 

I am one of those people who are easily annoyed by assumptions. Sometimes reasonably. Sometimes unreasonably. I don’t take assumptions lightly. And I rarely assume how and what people are because I myself hated it if others do that to me. So I try my best not to. So I create an expectation onto everybody to not assume. And right there, I assume. I assume that just because i don’t, everybody else also shouldn’t.

With that, I’m leaving everyone with how then can we live in a world that is filled with all of these little boxes for us to choose and fit ourselves in them. So what if you do not have a box that fits you?

@1 month ago with 1 note
#society #assumptions 

@1 month ago with 1204 notes