I refuse

xlkay:

Dont waste your time trying to figured out what category I would fit in, ‘cause there’s none.

I’m not a type of girl, I refuse.

Society pressure didn’t make me, I’m a rebel, I’m an outcast. I walk my way and follow the rules I think worth being followed. Don’t point out, don’t stare. I won’t flinch, maybe smile.

Don’t compare me, don’t compare us.
Don’t expect me to act like them.

Im not your type of girl, cause im not a type. I refuse to be define by stereotypes, this world created. Im not a word you can spell, im not a scent you’ve ever smelled.


I refuse.

To My Generation

girlwithblackguitar:

We all agree on this: our society is fucked up. There’s no way to hide how the values of humanity and humans (I am making a difference between those two) have grown apart and changed for the worse.
Money is worth more than the lives of innocent people, spreading hate so much easier than spreading love.

I’m not saying this is the fault of our parents, or our grandparents, but those generations have built the society we have today. Their values have minted our understanding of value. But only because they also haven’t been taught or allowed to think differently.

We aren’t content with our world as it is now. We’re not just destroying our earth but also ourselves, and although we perfectly know what’s going on we just ignore it.

"My behavior won’t have much impact anyways." we tell ourselves.

Well, we lie.

If we want to change society, to change the values that we’re believing in, we have to start with ourselves. After all we are a part of this cruel society and probably not even that innocent either. Everyone of us is society.

This is about you.

Don’t just think about what’s going wrong in this world but be a rolemodel, change yourself first and try to make others understand your perception of humanity, of rightness.

Don’t look at an old man sitting in torn clothes at the side of a street in disgust and disrespect. You know he has a story, but not which. Rather share a smile with him. Also don’t look at someone with a fancy suit filled with grudge and envy because they might be oh so successful and have material things that you can’t afford. They’re probably working really hard and don’t have much time for anything else which is changing them. Instead of looking at them with envy and make them feel uncomfortable smile sincerely at them and think about all the lucky things that happened to you. Think about how your life isn’t so bad after all.Stop your prejudices, about anyone.

Before making decisions with a huge impact on even just 1 other person, think about how it’ll change their life. Talk to them, talk about options, talk about your opinions, find a compromise if needed. Don’t make choices about someone’s life on behalf of money without finding one.

Live and PRACTICE the values that you want this society to cherish. Don’t just complain about how bad this world is and not change anything about the habits that exactly this world has brought you.

Be openminded, look at a situation from all the different angles and perspectives, be understanding.

Be human.

Share your knowledge and thoughts with others. Grandparents, parents, children, grandchildren.

Tumblr has shown me how badly we want and need change.

And I think if we all actually bring that change, one by one, we might get what we need.

Sorry for the rant, whoever made it down here with reading should get an award.

trashfriend:

little things that actually make a difference to general life happiness:
•drinking lots of water
•eating fresh fruit
•thinking positively about yourself and others
•washing your face twice a day
•changing your sheets once a week
•hot baths with Epsom salts
•face masks using from things in your house
•sleeping more than 7 hours per night
•reorganizing your clothes, makeup, possessions etc
•keeping your living space clean

trashfriend:

little things that actually make a difference to general life happiness:
•drinking lots of water
•eating fresh fruit
•thinking positively about yourself and others
•washing your face twice a day
•changing your sheets once a week
•hot baths with Epsom salts
•face masks using from things in your house
•sleeping more than 7 hours per night
•reorganizing your clothes, makeup, possessions etc
•keeping your living space clean