In your lifetime, you only have a limited fucks to give, so you must spend them wisely.
Fucks have to earned and invested carefully. They are cultivated from a beautiful garden of fucks and if you fuck shit up and the fucks get fucked, then you have fucking fucked yourself all the fuck up. .
There’s actually a whole lot of wisdom behind if you see it through all the fucks and ducks that my iPhone tried so desperately to autocorrect while I was writing this.
Practice saying “Sorry”
Especially on yourself. .
Sometimes I stop and wonder about my mind and body and all the things I put them through.
So it’s only fair to say Sorry.
Sorry about not taking a break from the world from time to time.
Sorry for overloading my mind with toxic thoughts and fears and worries and then expecting for it to work properly.
Sorry for forgetting that I’m no fu*king machine, but I too can break down.
Sorry for complaining that I’m tired without resting properly. .
Sh*t! I’m always the one who’s overly cautious about not hurting other people’s feelings, but I step on mine all the freaking time. I never stop to consider what a load I put on my back when I hide my truest self from the world as if opinions meant more than my own happiness. .
So it’s only natural to apologize for everything I put me through and promise to never do so again. .
For how long though?
Most of the people live their life by hoping, wishing, and praying that everything (somehow magically) falls into place... but that’s not how life works. .
You see, a major part of your life is a reflection of what you put in.
Thus, if you want to gain something more of life, you have to put in something more, to begin with.
By experimenting and making mistakes you start learning what works for you and what doesn’t. Repeat those experiments or call them adventures or experiences, keep what works and scrape what doesn’t. .
Soon enough, you will create the ideal set of circumstances for yourself and most things in life will run smoothly. .
However, when you get stuck on something again, don’t despair and think you’re not doing well again, but remember that life is a constant process of experimentations and learning until you, again, reach that ideal set of circumstances that some people call The Good Life.