friday, november 17 — today morning i spent some time alone to think about a lot of things and i realized that i haven't had some time for myself for a long time, i mean going to a place by myself, in this case a coffee shop, sitting down to reflects on things, making deep conversations in my head etc. in the end, i kind of feel reconnected with my true self, it may sounds stupid for some but having a constant pressure with university, being lost and worried about almost everything isn't the best feeling to live with. that's why taking some time for yourself to literally calm down and realizing that so far you are doing a pretty good job, realizing that there is worst situations in life is needed. focusing on positive things sometimes helps getting through hard times, that's why I wanted to share with you some inspiring words by Jordan Clark (taken from a video on her yt channel called "When you're lost"
Words by @jordan.e.clark
— "Everyone's always saying we should be living life to the fullest, but what does that even mean?
I don't think that living life to the fullest means buying a plane ticket, or making a lot of money, or going to a different party every night.
It's living exactly how you want to, living your truth. Not by other people's directions or standards. Being who you are so unapologetically that your spirit shines bright enough to warm the world.
Doing all of the things that make you happy, because the world has enough people doing things just to pass time, things that dampen their soul instead of make them feel alive.
It's feeling connected with everything and everyone. Knowing that you are connected with everything and everyone.
Living the life that you came to this earth to live. Loving with the entirety of your heart, loving this life, loving the people you have met, and the things you are seeing and the experiences you are living.
You are exactly where you're supposed to be. Continue exploring and finding and being. All of your feelings, all of your thoughts, all of you is exactly why you are here. Embrace everything as part of your story.
And know that you have the ability to write the rest of the book any way that you want it to be."