This is such a simple question to ask, yet I’m having so much trouble to even answer it. Umm? I guess I’ll start off little & by little I mean the stuff I’ve been afraid since I was about 5 years old. I’m afraid of clowns, insects, ab-normal looking objects/things, & the dark (only a little though). Now I’ll say different things that scare me which are a lot more important. I’m afraid of walking home alone at night, I’m afraid of being alone in general, I’m afraid of being forgotten, I’m afraid of rejection, I’m afraid of being hopeless, I’m afraid of being unhappy, I’m afraid of being let down, I’m afraid of seeing my best friend sad, I’m afraid of not having my mom home, I’m afraid of not being cared about by the one person I admire the most, I’m afraid of death, I’m afraid of fate because my fate is never good, I’m afraid of my future because I don’t know what’s in store for me, & last I’m afraid of myself because on certain days I feel as if I don’t know who I am or what I’m doing in my life. It’s like I’m my own worst enemy, cause in my mind I always wonder. Is anything I’m doing now going to make me a better person? What could I be doing wrong or what could I be doing right? Having those questions unanswered makes me think to much & over analyze. You might be saying to yourself "What’s there to even analyze or understand?" There’s a lot to understand in life you just don’t know where to begin with, & not knowing where to start is basically like putting your life on HOLD. Trust me, you do not want to do that.
“So, I’ve been thinking about this whole being happy thing, and I feel like people get lost when they think of happiness as a destination. We’re always thinking that someday we’ll be happy; we’ll get that car or that job or that person in our lives that will fix everything. But happiness is a mood, and it’s a condition, not a destination. It’s like being tired or hungry, it’s not permanent. It comes and goes, and that’s okay. And I feel like if people thought of it that way, they’d find happiness more often.”—One Tree Hill (via marcedurmiendo)
Something that puts a smile on your face no matter what.
When someone, no matter who it may be. Finds a way to make me feel special, but not only just makes me feel special but also makes me feel like I’m worth their time. Basically what puts a smile on my face is being told that I am “loved” by those who I care about.
(I used urban dictionary instead cause I’m awesome)
This is a difficult name to define because it defies many boundaries of human perception, let alone various languages. One of the closest translations that experts give is God or many other variations of that general idea. Despite the fact that various names have been pinned to Daniel, its seems that all of the above examples (including that of God) cannot even withstand the magnitude of Daniel. The reason this name continues to elude even the brightest of human minds is that the idea of Daniel cannot possibly exist in a dimensional state. Daniel is so powerful, it defies all laws of this or any other universe. Recent studies have shown that people who have attempted to comprehend this name have either disappeared, died spontaneously, or driven themselves into a pertinent state of insanity and/or catatonia. One common belief is that Daniel is possibly the grounds on which everything and nothing is based. It seems to surpass the idea of infinity. Quantum physicists report that this Daniel is Everything and Nothing. It or He is said to have unexplainable connections with the String and Superstring Theories as Daniel resonates within every single layer of the multi-dimensional complex and yet still exists beyond that point which is where scientists have lost the trail. Various theologists and spiritual leaders believe that Daniel is one who is, as…
Yeah that’s basically what my name means, pretty fascinating huh?