In essence, language accounts for a mere 30% of human communication. The other 70% is made up of information collected from eye movements and other body language. With that, even a loner who never takes part in conversation can pull off 70% of what we consider communication.
Fake people have an image to maintain. Real people just don't care.
Hey! I'm totally an adult! I bitch and whine, lie through my teeth, and do things that are unfair.
When a person loses their sense of belonging, they want someone else to hand it back to them on a platter.
There are things that cannot be taken back. But the world will keep on spinning whether you laugh or you cry. High school life will eventually end too.
There's no point in incapable people pushing themselves. You're better off calling for an expert in the field.
"The important thing is to take part." Famous words spoken by Pierre de Frédy, Baron de Coubertin during a speech. However, this quote tends to be frequently misused and serves as kind of a threat to force participation. There are tons of wild-goose chases in this world, y'know. If the most important thing is to take part, then surely one could find meaning in not taking part as well. And if everything's worth experiencing, then there's little doubt that the feeling of not experiencing something is, in itself, worth experiencing. In fact, you could even call it a valuable experience to not experience something everyone else does.
Life is something that can never be lived twice. Even this pointless act will eventually end. And while thinking that one day, I'll surely regret its end...
I don't think ignorance is necessarily a bad thing. The more you know, the more problems you have.
A wandering soul in isolation, has no need for a place to belong.
What does someone who´s lost their standing want the most? That's simple. They want someone to find them, where they're standing.
I don't want other people to mention my "self". Besides, if I can be changed with a few words, then that wouldn't be my "self", would it?
Helping someone out is not a justifiable reason for you to get hurt.
They say that if you change yourself, you'll change the world. but that's a complete lie. They're just forcing you to compromise, by feeding you a convenient little fib.
Relying on someone, helping each other out, and supporting each other. Most would say that's the right thing to do. However, that's just idealistic. In reality, someone always gets the short end of the stick.
Excuses are meaningless. The tougher things get, the more likely people are to come to their own conclusions.
Is it wrong to do stuff by yourself? If someone worked hard on their own until now, why do they have to face rejection here?
Guys are simple creatures. Just by talking to them, they get the wrong idea.
If you can't get along without putting someone else down, it can't be real friendship. Hard work betrays none, but dreams betray many.