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What 2018 taught me

… and I am grateful for πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

Life is beautiful. Full stop.
Life is more beautiful if I live it fearlessly.
Letting go means I trust life. And why shouldn’t I?
To some friends, I am always beautiful, even if I feel lost. (Thank you!)
Raw emotions and honesty open doors I could not see before.
It takes strength to ask for help and take it.
Note to self: When in doubt, light candles, sit in the quiet and listen.
I want kids.
Being thankful is cleansing. Anger, revenge, hatred, cynicism and the like are not.
When (not if) I get married, there will be no colour scheme but the rainbow one. πŸ˜‰
It is okay if I do not know. Ask questions anyway!
Following my gut when I am ready is better than deciding rationally because I am not yet ready.
I am an excellent single traveller. The world is a beautiful place I have not yet seen enough of.
Life is better with a cat on my lap and another one on my feet.
Family is fragile.
I love dancing.
Everybody has their own speed. As do I. That is ok.
I can not save my mum. I don’t always get her. I still love her.
There is no β€œpauseβ€œ button in life.
To forgive somebody, I need to unterstand him/her. And myself. That is why it sucks.
When in doubt, kiss him.
Doing what I love, or making the effort of finding out what that is, is damn good advice.
Life is too short to spend it with people I feel I β€œshouldβ€œ have time for (for whatever reasons..?!) that actually do not give me anything but a headache.
To some people, it does not matter if you are single, married, divorced, lost, in love, crazy, German, sad, happy, a teacher, not ready, or whatever. I intend to keep these and ignore the others.
I don’t want to go back to Germany, but I am not sure that I want to stay here in Austria forever.
If I am asked if I want to sit it out or dance, I sure dance.
Whatever I find on this quest, it is gonna be ok.

What has it taught you?

Author: carasmelody

daydreamer, hopelessly hopeful, I love the power of words, I love poems, words are soulfood

2 thoughts on “What 2018 taught me”

  1. 2018 hat mich so viel gelehrt, dass es schwer ist, Worte dafΓΌr zu finden. Und bei vielem bin ich mir noch nicht sicher, was es genau ist, das ich gelernt habe. πŸ˜‰


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