It’s mind blowing that three years ago I was the polar opposite of who I am today
And who’s to say I won’t be saying this another three years from now?
I never saw any of this coming
Even the idea of it used to scare the hell out of me
Or disgust me
Or excite me
And they say that “day by day, nothing changes, but when you look back, everything is different”
And it is incomprehensibly true
And it’s funny how you can’t recall when it changed
Was it gradual or was it sudden?
Either way, we casually sink into these things until they redefine who we are
How we think
How we view the world
How we view ourselves
And I don’t know who to thank, what to thank, but damn it am I thankful for this.
It sort of bothers me when people get upset over someone “changing” (for the better) for someone else
Why are you upset over them finding someone worth bettering their life for?
They better their life because they care about that person
They dont care enough about themselves, so why change solely for themselves?
Sad, but true.
You may think the point is still ridiculous, but hear me out
It’s okay to change, everyone “changes”
Change is spectacular, I support it and recommend it
Especially if it is for the better
So what if you’re party friend is starting to ditch the drugs and alcohol and spending a little more time home, safe, with her boyfriend?
Yeah, I admit that some people take it to another level and have their head too far up their boyfriend/girlfriend’s ass and never make time for their friends
That’s where balance needs to come in
Change and balance are very important
But change for the better really shouldn’t be scolded
Just some thoughts.