-I love old people and chubby kids:)
-I'm Muslim, and I'm loving every second of it <3
-My dream is to change someone's life and one of my greatest fears is not being able to do so.
Because 11 is my lucky number.
1. The simplest of things can make my day. Like a smile.
2. It’s hard for me to understand how some people have the temerity to believe that they are better than others. Arrogance is disgusting. It hurts to admit that I sometimes find it in myself.
3. I don’t care how lame it sounds, my mom is my best friend. She is one of the most patient people I know. I love her and even the slightest thought of losing her makes me want to die.
4. Even since I found out what the word magnanimous meant, it has reminded me of my dad. He is absolutely adorable. He is the smartest, humblest, and kindest person in my life.
5. I don’t know why but I love old people and kids with a passion. It just seems like not many people understand them, and I hate how sometimes they get the feeling that they are unimportant or don’t belong.
6. Irrelevant things make me feel bad for people. Like if someone has short eyelashes, or is freakishly tall. I can’t explain it.
7.I believe that hurting someone’s feelings is one of the worst things you can do to a person and that we do it much too often. Your actions make you who you are, and you can’t take back words.
8. Sometimes I feel like i’m meanest to those I love the most.
9. I wish I could be like Angelina Jolie and adopt every orphan in the world.
10. Sometimes I wish I was poor, so that i’d be more grateful for all that I have.
11.My biggest goal in life is to change some else’s.
__________________I also post a lot of pictures that remind me of places i've seen only in my dreams.__________________
“Inside people’s memories, I can live forever.”
~Lea, Birth by Sleep
"Want to change the world?
There's nothing to it."
~Pure Imagination, Willy Wonka ♥
"A woman’s heart should be so hidden in God that a man has to seek Him just to find her."
"Our truest life is when we are in dreams awake."
~Henry David Thoreau