A soul-searching young lady.

Living 100% in the moment.

Those of us blessed with TYPE A personalities that want to be in control to the point of acquiring an eating disorder, and overanalyzing everything to try and define what everything means, do not do well at living in the moment, taking risks, or doing anything remotely uncomfortable.

Well I did this morning.

And I’m going to stop overanalyzing, let loose, appreciate that I silenced my TYPE A demons for a brief moment,

AND I’M GOING TO FEEL GOOD ABOUT IT IF IT DAMN NEAR KILLS ME.

(Source: jazzbruce)

That stupid, annoying, uncomfortable fucking cognitive dissonance.

It’s okay to question your beliefs and what you’ve been taught..

It’s better than okay. It’s astonishing.

Feeling the uncomfortable dichotomy is the only way you can grow and become your person. Use the tools and previous knowledge to cultivate your own rules.

Cognitive dissonance is a BITCH, but it’s there for a reason. Question your actions. Change what you don’t like, learn why you don’t like it, keep what you do.

Always question the answers.

suckmypeace1:

Man I love Calvin and Hobbes. #realtalk #truth #life #quote #calvinandhobbes

suckmypeace1:

Man I love Calvin and Hobbes. #realtalk #truth #life #quote #calvinandhobbes

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liberatingreality:

Honor your ability to think critically.

“There’s almost a fear that if you understood too deeply the way you arrived at choices, you could become self–conscious. In any case, many ideas which are full of personal meaning seem rather banal when you put words to them.”

—   Peter Weir (via itsquoted)

“Having a low opinion of yourself is not ‘modesty.’ It’s self-destruction. Holding your uniqueness in high regard is not ‘egotism.’ It’s a necessary precondition to happiness and success.”

—   Bobbe Sommer (via observando)

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