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There are so many fragile things, after all. People break so easily, and so do dreams and hearts.

—Neil Gaiman, Fragile Things (via kari-shma)

thepoetproject:

You ever talk to someone & all they do is talk about themselves.  You ever pay attention to the things you say? Is that all you’re doing as well.  Sometimes when you step back & observe conversations, it’s literally people waiting for their turn to speak so they can relate that topic back them. We’re all guilty of it sometimes, and it doesn’t make for a very interesting conversation.  This goes back to identity & how we choose to identify ourselves. Sometimes we have this need to make proclimations to describe who we are, just incase people don’t didn’t know. The reality is the only true indicator of who we are as people come from our actions.  It feels as if we’re baby birds with our mouths open hoping for worms of validation, but our stomachs never fill. That’s the danger with validation, it’s an addiction with no end in sight.  We’re all self-absorbed to varying degrees, and our self interests dictate the decisions we make, but being mindful of these facts can do well to enhance our ability to interact with others.  It’s OK if we don’t get along with everyone; folks are like chemicals, and when they mix, the reaction can be anything. We tend not to like in others, what we don’t like in ourselves, so if you come across a person you can’t stand, it’s beneficial to pay attention to why, for your own sake.  Talk to people you’re interested in talking to, and ask them questions, because learning new sh*t is fun. If they’re not interesting to you, create a diversion & run away, life’s too short to be around folks you don’t want to be around.  Pay attention to the words & ideas you put out in the universe as well. If you’re all about yourself, you’ll only be left with yourself. If you enjoyed this, please click [REBLOG] **Book Coming Soon ***My Music is Available here: http://bit.ly/10aikD0 One Luv KanwerHumble The Poethttp://brwnppl.com/humblethepoet More Blogs at http://bit.ly/XSw74x

thepoetproject:

You ever talk to someone & all they do is talk about themselves.

You ever pay attention to the things you say? Is that all you’re doing as well.

Sometimes when you step back & observe conversations, it’s literally people waiting for their turn to speak so they can relate that topic back them. We’re all guilty of it sometimes, and it doesn’t make for a very interesting conversation.

This goes back to identity & how we choose to identify ourselves. Sometimes we have this need to make proclimations to describe who we are, just incase people don’t didn’t know. The reality is the only true indicator of who we are as people come from our actions.

It feels as if we’re baby birds with our mouths open hoping for worms of validation, but our stomachs never fill. That’s the danger with validation, it’s an addiction with no end in sight.

We’re all self-absorbed to varying degrees, and our self interests dictate the decisions we make, but being mindful of these facts can do well to enhance our ability to interact with others.

It’s OK if we don’t get along with everyone; folks are like chemicals, and when they mix, the reaction can be anything. We tend not to like in others, what we don’t like in ourselves, so if you come across a person you can’t stand, it’s beneficial to pay attention to why, for your own sake.

Talk to people you’re interested in talking to, and ask them questions, because learning new sh*t is fun. If they’re not interesting to you, create a diversion & run away, life’s too short to be around folks you don’t want to be around.

Pay attention to the words & ideas you put out in the universe as well. If you’re all about yourself, you’ll only be left with yourself.

If you enjoyed this, please click [REBLOG]

**Book Coming Soon
***My Music is Available here: http://bit.ly/10aikD0

One Luv
Kanwer
Humble The Poet
http://brwnppl.com/humblethepoet
More Blogs at http://bit.ly/XSw74x

Of all the words of mice and men, the saddest are ‘It might have been.’

—Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., Cat’s Cradle (via aquaticwonder)

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Damaged people are dangerous. They know they can survive.

—Josephine Hart (via quote-book)

Of all the words of mice and men, the saddest are ‘It might have been.’

—Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., Cat’s Cradle (via aquaticwonder)

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