I don’t want to be like you. Its not a put down. I don’t mean to be harsh or offensive. You and I are incredibly different when it comes to partnerships. We have different ideals and ways of approaching our happiness. I admire your independence in all the aspects of your life, you ARE more successful than me on every level but we want different things. My happiness doesn’t come from independence or overcoming challenges alone, it comes from lasting relationships with my family and friends and lovers. My happiness doesn’t rely on others but it does bloom from those connections. Those connections make me happy. My empathy and caring features are my strong features and maybe they don’t harness independence but they do make me very happy. I love caring. I thrive on helping others and being surrounded by people I’ve made laugh. I don’t see those characteristics as flaws or weakness. You and I are different in the sense that your happiness CAN come from being successful without others. Its not something that can be learned, it’s something you were born with or maybe I was born without. Your life is fantastic but it’s not what I want. I admire you more than you know and will always respect you in anything you do because I know that you know yourself better than I know you. I just ask that you do the same. I love you.
the reason why so many people prefer older men isnt because we have some sort of kink but because we know young teenage boys are a complete fucking disaster that can only be salvaged by the sands of time
A team of researchers at Michigan State University has developed a new type of solar concentrator that when placed over a window creates solar energy while allowing people to actually see through the window. It is called a transparent luminescent solar concentrator and can be used on buildings, cell phones and any other device that has a clear surface. And, according to Richard Lunt of MSU’s College of Engineering, the key word is “transparent.”
"I will allow space for all the feelings my heart holds. I will not cower or hide from myself. It’s okay to feel the ugly messy things. It’s okay to feel the burning brilliance of beauty. It’s okay to feel the soft winds of happiness and the quiet bursts of loneliness. Its okay to feel it all. It’s okay to be myself, all of myself, not just the good."