Yesterday, I was with a friend and we had a “deep” talk. After getting home, I realized something. I realized that everyone around you has equal importance. It doesn’t matter if you hate that person or love that person, because if they are in your life, you will learn something from them. Actually, let me rephrase this, you can learn something from everyone, whether it’s from love or hate. All those people are all part of your own life journey.

There are people that I despise and there are people that I absolutely adore. They have influenced me in one way or another and I’ve definitely learned from them. Like people say, opportunities are everywhere and it’s totally true – you can always find something to learn from the people around you. It’s almost like they are there for you, to influence you somehow that has led you to the way you are today. If they did something good or bad to you, it’s a perfect opportunity to learn from that situation (like how to deal with it if it happens again, what it shows about people, etc.) because it will happen again someday. For example, backstabbers can teach  you that people have multiple layers- they are not a one layer of pure goodness. And because of that person and experience, your life will be more full and meaningful. So don’t always hate that one person who betrayed you or hurt you in any way, thank them for teaching you something about life that will definitely come in handy in the future.

The good and the bad can both help you become a better person and help you know more about the wonders, obsacles, and happiness in life. So, cherish everyone around you.



This is a 3D graffiti from weburbanist. It’s painted on a flat surface, IM SURE. Haha.

To prevent crying when you cut an onion, cut it under a running tap of cold water. You can also put the onion in the freezer for ten minutes before you cut it.

Camels have three eyelids.

Girls Scouts is going to reduce the amount of cookies in their boxes from now on!!! the Lemon Chalet Creme’s shape is going to change, thus reducing the size of the cookie. This is due to the economy.


A motorcycle made from woven baskets.

A motorcycle made from woven baskets.

Wow! That MUST have taken a long time.

Studies show running could increase the number of neurons in our brains, which can lead to better memory.