“Most of the important things in the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no hope at all.”
Thought this quote was pretty interesting… Was just talking to some guys, Kelvin and Louis, about our future careers etc. We are pretty sure about our passion, interest, etc. but it seems like it is impossible to ever achieve. We enjoy making films. But it’s so different in the real world than the ‘fantasy’ times we have in school. We know for sure that we can never graduate and claim to be a director, producer, etc. We got to start small. We know that pretty well. But not all make it big. Big in a sense that in, say 10 years down the road, we can do what we graduated wanting to do. And there’s so many other factors to consider on top of that.
Are we living in a world of fantasy and dreams for too long a time that it is only right to be waken up by truths? Or should we continue to dream? Cause not all dreams come true. I can vouch for that. But as the age old saying goes, only time will tell.
And F***, I’m a girl. Its not an excuse, but it makes all the dreams harder to accomplish. Holy cow!
If I had a chance, I’d be born a guy. Not that I like girls or anything. I just see so many things boys can do but girls cant. Or when we do it, we get frowned upon. I want to wear comfy berms and t-shirts, jump around the house, see army stuff, check out guns, sit with my legs open (heehee, kidding). I don’t like the stereotype girls are stucked with. But I guess it’s society rules. No?
But oh well. If there is ever a thing as next life, I’d vote to be either an eagle or a boy. Flying seems pretty fun, too. As fun as being a boy, I guess.
No more P.S. es. They dont work for me.