These days, it’s easy to lose one’s self. It’s easy to drown yourself in a sea of distractions and let it all seep into your system. I’ve been detached from the world the past months. I can’t seem to admit to myself that I’m lost, that I’m not exactly where I thought I’d be right now— But I have to stay, not because I want to but because I have to.
“For children, childhood is timeless. It is always the present. Everything is in the present tense. Of course, they have memories. Of course, time shifts a little for them and Christmas comes round in the end. But they don’t feel it. Today is what they feel, and when they say ‘When I grow up,’ there is always an edge of disbelief—how could they ever be other than what they are?”—Ian McEwan (via literary-labyrinth) (via teachingliteracy, tryingtofollow) (via magscostello)
“…in everybody’s life there’s a point of no return. And in a very few cases, a point where you can’t go forward anymore. And when we reach that point, all we can do is quietly accept the fact. That’s how we survive.”—“Kafka on the Shore”, Haruki Murakami (via ieseiesei)
Please help block and report my sister’s old Facebook acount: Http://facebook.com/sassja or any account that uses firstname.lastname@example.org. The other day her account was hacked and the hacker is creating a smear campain against her— manipulating her account and involving other people.
Please help us put an end to cyberbullying. This petty hormonal fighting has blown up into great proportions. So many people are getting involved. If only cyber laws were THAT strict. I fear for our family’s safety and for the safety of all those who are involved.