Time flies so fast when you’re doing something.
You no longer have to wait, you’re just doing your part.
But like me, right now, I am just chillin.
I am able to appreciate every seconds and every minute.
It’s beautiful, it’s so amazing, it felt good to give yourself the rest that she deserves.
When you’re not feeling well, just be happy because you want to feel okay.
Say, I want to be happy because I want to stay healthy.
I want to be happy because I want to heal my childhood wounds.
I want to be happy because I want to relax.
I want to be happy because I want to feel great all the time.
I want to be happy because I want to ace that score.
I want to be happy because I want progress.
I want to be happy because I want to be that person I want to be.
Eating once a month, in a fancy restaurant, not too bad.
Yummy foods, feeding my tummy with such a grace.
A gift to your body after doing your work.
Allowing her to dance, to write and to be freely herself.
Allowing her to relax and be happy with her friends.
Allowing her to speak on her behalf and give thanks.
The point is, be your personal friend because you’re happy, not because you just needed her to work for you, without thanking nor buying her things she deserves to have.
Not because you saw them grow up like that and how they treated themselves as, you will become like them too.
Look how they ended, unhappy and full of regrets.
They have put so much efforts to others who doesn’t even give a damn.
Their works becomes useless in the end, because they strive to be accepted by others and not by themselves.
It’s always been you who doesn’t give something you deserve to receive.
It’s not someone else’s fault if you haven’t experienced something she wants to experience.
I am here to give it, depending for others to do it is unsatisfactory.
It’s only you who knew how to make you feel happy.
So anybody who wants to do it for you, they’re doing it for themselves, not really for you.
In return, when you do things for others, you’re doing it for you, so be kind, you’ll reap what you sow.