The first movie I saw in 2018 was The Greatest Showman with one of my best friends. It was the first movie I watched last year, and also the last one, as we chose to watch it again after dinner and before midnight on New Year’s Eve. 2018 has been an important and incredible year to me in so many ways. That movie made me realize so much about me, my brother and other people who might feel not really accepted by society. I once learned in my writing class that everything good ends the way it started, just on a higher level. So, 2018 started and ended with that movie and its very important message.
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Some guys tell me I should listen to the voice within, whenever I am insecure. They say when the right time will come, I will simply know what to do. They call it intuition. I know they have a point, and I appreciate their good intention. There is just one question: how can I listen to the one positive voice, when there are a million others telling me I cannot do it or be unworthy?
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The older I get, the faster it seems to me that time flies. 2018 was no difference. There were some ups and downs, but overall I had the opportunities to do so many things for the first time, and doing things that I wanted to do for so long. I am glad I finally did those. As this is my final post this year, I thought I join the group of people here and on other social media sites to reflect a bit.
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