One minute, you are 11 -years-old and announcing in the School bathroom because the asshole in your math class “ve told you” he was going to have to bleach his shirt because you touched him. Next thought you are familiar with, you are 20 and laying in his bottom, find his tattoos with your fingertips. The popular girl who always chuckled when you walked past her in the hallways of your high school will send you incessant sidekick petitions on Facebook after graduation, regardless of how many times you remove them. Your class prom lord will profess to having a crush on you, despite having never said a word to you in school.
Gravity shiftings and tables curdle. The bullies become admirers, but hour never certainly concedes you the ability to forget the insolent occasions they said and did to you growing up. People who laughed at your existence will end up being all those people who seem your need the most prominent. Life will present you with strange opportunities to be the bigger being and forgive people for acts of inhumanity they don’t even remember dedicating. The only path to be “the worlds biggest” person is to allow yourself to proliferate. Use their bullshit as the fertilizer that helps you thrive and blossom in a garden of cement. The sunbathe will find you.
No matter how bumpy the situation is a possibility, it does was better. After high school, everything changes. Masks fall off and the status quo crushes the second you intersect that threshold out of that construct for the last time.
In high school, everything feels like the end of the world. But high school isn’t the world. It’s just a knot of young, sordid beings taking their temper and fluster out on each other as they struggle to figure out who they are, where they want to end up, and whom they want to be when they get there. Life is weird. It is full-of-the-moon of surprising deviations and bombshells. It is ordered with beautiful irony that maintains you on your toes long after that bell resounds for the last time.
Keep flourishing. Retain developing yourself and reading through others and the world around you. Extend your tasks forwards in the form of favors. Make the ones who follow behind you know that they will get by soon. Everything will be okay if they are only hold on.
Hold on, you beautiful eccentric. The real world outside of that locate is just waiting for you.
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