3/14/2013 3:45:18 AM .
It’s often something practiced to favor your own best personal interest. “I trust them with my life because I know they would take care of it.” or “I don’t trust them with my stuff because they always lose things.” Contrarily, I feel as though trust could also be a selfless gesture.
Just because I don’t completely trust someone, doesn’t mean I wouldn’t give them a shot. Even if all the odds are against them and they have always been known to screw things up, that doesn’t mean they wouldn’t appreciate another chance.
When you show someone that you trust them, it’s not just for yourself, you’re doing them a favor too. Trust can be the single-most effective confidence booster — use wisely.
108 people. 16 minuets. 20,000 index cards. And look at what we made.
Unity: don’t jut tolerate one another, respect them. (Taken with GifBoom)
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Alright, so here’s our lineup folks:
Starting at the bottom we’ve got: Singing Midget and Sergeant Porky…
Then there’s: Happy Gas Man, Blacks(c)ar, Angry Bitch, Fat Bitch…
And finally we have: Bird, Charizard, Blue Egg, and Wesley Snipes.
Lonely Boy | The Black Keys
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Open your eyes, kids. High school is more than just a government issued educational facility. It’s a school for sponges. A blank canvas. An open field with a matchbox. People say high school is a prison. The only thing wrong with that idea is they see the word “prison” to mean “they can’t escape” when they should see it as an opportunity to do or be whatever the hell they want, and in 4 years, none of it will matter anymore. High school is anything but a purgatory.
Think about it, after 4 years of being in the same place you can just leave and go wherever you want. I don’t understand how people can KNOW that, and still confine themselves to high school norms. The mistake most people make is that you try to prove yourself in high school when, the entire time, your audience is temporary.
If you could do high school over again, would you want to spend those four years righting your wrongs or taking on the whole experience from a different perspective?
In my opinion, fate would have you ending up in the same place, so why not take a different route for a change..