Your life is your spiritual path. Don’t be quick to abandon it for bigger and better experiences. You are getting exactly the experiences you need to grow. If your growth seems to be slow or uneventful for you, it is because you have not fully embraced the situations and relationships at hand. To know the self is to allow everything, to embrace the totality of who we are—all that we think and feel, all that we fear, all that we love.
Sophia Vanderbilt, a shop assistant, socialite and e-girl, has described this as “autofiction” but in the real world: “People don’t want to be a character, they want to be themselves as a character.”
Sat in the desert, he texted her back: "I went back to live with my parent. I work in the construction field now. I dropped the art world. But it's not that bad."
No one told her that coffee and tears would taste the same once she'd made it. Fame had turned her life into an expensive and silent black-and-white movie.
The drops of sweat run through my clothes and freeze my blood as they encounter the fresh air of the A/C. When the timer hits 10 minutes, I gratify myself and stop. I am not good at sticking for too long or engaging for more than what I promised. I try not to see this instant as a manifestation of my failure to be disciplined. Going to the gym failed me too. I hoped that it would enhance my experiences of pleasure, desires, flesh, and quest, but it never did.
And by not stopping, never not trying, I won't give life any chance to doubt me, to question my will, and therefore if I fail, I shall crush really hard.
If rejection does not touch my soul anymore, does it mean that I won it all? Or does it mean that I lost it all?