- Leo Burnett (via monalisa2)
- John Mayer (War of My Life)
- Oscar Wilde (via photographic-energy)
- William Shakespeare (via cmcguireee)
Something you regret the most:
They say that you should never regret anything. The decisions you make now shape the future and you can’t change the decisions you’ve made, so why bother regretting them?
But that being said we’re only human and at the cost of being human; we have regrets. I’ve lied in my past, and to this day I am ashamed by these lies and regret ever have saying them. I carry them with me as a constant reminder. During my senior year of high school when everyone else was applying for college, I told my parents that I applied to college; when in reality I hadn’t completed a single application. I waited until April of my senior year before the lie cat jumped out of the over sized lie bag. It was my lowest of my lows. I didn’t know it then, but I now know that this act of desperation was a cry for help and a cry for attention. Eventually, with the help of many third parties; I applied to four schools, got into all four schools, and sent my enrollment fee to SUNY New Paltz.
So while it has been almost two years since then I don’t allow myself to forget where I’ve been. I regret those lies and to this day it is the only thing I regret. Not because of how it affected me, but how to affected those around me. Nothing good came of those lies. The only reason I’ve regretted them is the damaged they have caused.