“Anyone can achieve their fullest potential. Who we are might be pre-determined but the path we follow is always of our own choosing. We should never allow our fears, or the expectations of others to set the frontiers of our destiny. Your destiny can’t be changed, but it can be challenged. Every man is born as many men and dies as a single man.”—McGee, NCIS
In my shoes my toes are busted, My kitchen says my bread is molded, I got a good job at the dollar store, One foot in the hole, one foot gettin’ deeper, with a broken mirror and a blown out speaker And I ain’t got much else to lose. I’m faded, flat busted; I’ve been jaded I’ve been dusted. I know that I’ve seen better days. One foot in the hole, one foot gettin’ deeper, Crank it to eleven, blow another speaker and I ain’t got, I ain’t got much to loose 'Cause
Stop right there How did you drop my heart so fast? Caught in your stare But you brought an end to that And did you know this Would happen just like it did The very day I thought you were for us You became an empty chorus.
I can’t stand people who get on their high horse and pretend that they’re better than everyone else.
More than anything, it makes me sad that the idea of equality is preached but not practiced, that the boundary between those of “morals” and those that are struggling is such a blatant reminder of the ignorance human beings are made of.
and more than anything, I hate the fact that if I stand up to you about things like this, you’ll only spit in my face and make some caveman-type joke about my neglect in my duties of being in a kitchen and making you sandwiches.
I hope you know that hate gets you nowhere. And I hope someday, more than anything, you’ll choke on your own words and regret the judgmental things you say about everyone else who “isn’t as clever as you”.