My 5 Favorite Quotes That Fit Me

Hey ya'll. I'm back and this time we are going to dive straight into the depths of my brain. In todays blog we are going to explore my five most favorite quotes that I think speak directly to me. Basically what I have done is found the most addictive site that was ever created (Pinterest) and searched for the former definition in quote form. Now what we are going to do is explore those quotes. We are going to dissect each and every word and put it all back together again. Ready? No? Well, here we go anyway!

 

Quote #1) "She was a rainbow, but she was color blind."

Explanation #1) "She was a rainbow," could mean many things. It depends on who you are on how percieve it. I percieve this in two different ways. A rainbow is beautiful. So, the girl is beautiful, but she doesn't see it because she's "color blind". The second way I see it, is the girl being talented. Being smart, funny, beautiful, etc. I picture the girl having everything for every color of the rainbow. But she doesn't see it because yet again she is "color blind". This quote speaks to me because I have been that color blind, rainbow of a girl. For far too long...

Quote #2) "I gave you $10, he gave you $20. You felt he was better just because he gave you more. But he had $200 and all I had was $10."

Explanation #2) When someone gives you something small and someone else gives you something big, it doesn't necessarily mean he/she gave you more. Just because I gave you $10 and he gave you $20 doesn't mean he put the heart into. Something is definitely more valuable when there is meaning behind it. I gave you everything I had and he gave you not even a quarter of what he had. I know this quote was pretty self explanatory but I wanted to get that off my chest...

Quote #3) "Be careful who you trust, the devil was once an angel."

Explanation #3) I have had a pretty good childhood. However it's not like I would wish my childhood upon anyone else. See, my mom and dad gave me up when I was two years old. I gave up on my mom but I wanted to keep my father. I trusted him to be there forever. He was going to be there for me when I fell. When I was crying over that boy. He was going to be there when I needed him. However, he broke his promise. He hasn't been here for 14 years. And probably won't be here period. He was an angel who went rogue...

Quote #4) "She built up a world of magic because her real life was tragic."

Explanation #4) My life isn't that tragic. I don't tell these stories to get pity. I tell them because I want people to know it can happen. Though my life isn't tragic, it is pretty rough. I have built up a world of magic and fantasy. In this world everybody is a unicorn and we eat rainbows and poop butterflies.... For real though, I have this fantasy world that I go to when things get rough...it's called books...

Quote #5) "We cut and kill flowers because we think they are beautiful. We cut and kill ourselves because we think we are not."

Explanation #5) STOP! I see so many people put their stories out then next thing I know they are dead. I know this next sentence is cliche but it is also VERY TRUE. Don't create a permanent solution to a temporary problem. It's not worth it. I should know. So, for all of you out there who are depressed, or anxious, or just not feeling like doing life today...I'm here. I believe in you. If you ever need to talk...message me.... You are so stong. And you aren't alone.

 

Well guys it's been another bseventeen blog. Hope ya'll have a great day. And ya'll come back now, ya hear?

 

 

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