Month: June 2014

All around

Recently I’ve been noticing truthfulness between human beings: business colleagues saying goodbye at the subway, a couple, holding hands while dancing at 3am on the street, a child picking his father’s nose at the park. These things will reflect later on our wrinkles. As time goes by, our face tells a story by its disposition. We are able to capture signs of love and happiness and turn that into a tattoo, a landmark in our body. Also all the scars from all the mistakes you’ve done are preserved as life lessons (because truth hurts but also sets you free). Nothing is perfect; but when you feel genuinely and spontaneously happy, there’s not better award in this lifetime.  

Training ground

Lately, (as you probably read on my last post), I’ve been rather busy. Managing time between three different part-time jobs, then having rehearsals at night (the play opens in July) and finally, writing my internship report to finish my masters in acting. In spite of this, I realized there are some people who like to validate themselves by shouting their conquers. This is a very unnecessary quality about a person unless what you’re saying it’s actually 100% reasonable. My point here is just to remind you (the person who’s reading this): don’t let yourself down because someone tried to prove that he/she is better than you or has a more “interesting life” than yours. There’s no such thing as perfection and people shouldn’t step on each other just to prove that an individual can have more experience than another person. Each knowledge in all of us is different and has many stages or learning. We grow up to become better human beings. We don’t have evolution to become more successful than the person next to …