“I like the person that you are, but I’m in love with the person you have the potential to be. All your dreams sharing with me, your secrets baring with me. And the flaws, you ain’t even got to mention to me.”—Wale (via meliza-b)
They don’t last if you set your mind to not making it last. If you put effort into fighting for what you want then in the end, you should have what you want. And even if you don’t get what you want at the moment, there are always better opportunities out there for you in the future. Just think positive & your future will be positive.
People get angry when they feel they have been treated UNFAIRLY.
If a person feels he has been treated unfairly he will get angry. If he feels he has been treated fairly, he won’t. It’s as simple as that.
The important thing here is not what happens to the person, but his “feeling” or “perception” that he has been treated a certain way. Whether he has, in fact, been treated unfairly or not is irrelevant. As long as he thinks he has been treated unfairly he’ll get angry… regardless of the situation, the outcome, or what happens to him.
When someone feels this way especially in a relationship, both people work it out to avoid this anger, but others stay oblivious to the fact that they’re hurting the other person. And that’s where a real relationship fails, when you start thinking that way or totally disregard it.
Life is tough. People push you around, people hurt you. But someday…don’t worry, I’ll find somebody to treat me the way you’d want to be treated.
“It is no time or opportunity that is to determine intimacy; it is disposition alone. Seven years would be insufficient to make some people acquainted with each other, and seven days are more than enough for others”—