replied to silvershoes
6 months ago, updated 6 months ago
My beliefs are a little all over the place and jaded. I grew up for ten years as a Jehovah's Witness. I was excommunicated from the church when I was 13 because of a really bad fight I got in at school. I was expelled from school even though I was only defending a helpless girl. I also spent a number of years struggling with addiction and depression. Now at almost 27 years old, I believe in karma and the universe and energy. I believe that if you constantly manifest your own good energies and project them into everything you do in life, that you will receive all that goodness and love in return. It's pretty simple I think. Love everything and everyone unconditionally. And that's that:)
My dream home would definitely be a modest castle (if such a thing exists) in Ireland. I have a lot of Irish roots too and have always dreamt of living there. Nothing massive. Just enough to have guest quarters, a huge library, a cute little courtyard, and a couple secret passages of course. As for housemates, I suppose any number of the beautiful people I've known in my life and any I may not have met yet will be welcome whenever.
The three biggest events would probably be getting expelled from school because that lead to me homeschooling online which in turn allowed me to meet my highschool sweetheart, and she is the reason I started writing poetry. The next event would be meeting my ex fiance and the entire relationship leading up to us splitting up. The entire ordeal was one of the most emotionally damaging experiences I've been through. But in hindsight it allowed me to really learn a lot about myself and what I wanted in life. And the third event would be the death of two dear friends of mine about 8 years ago in a car accident. I was part of a very large group of friends and a few of them were serious harmed in the accident as well. Getting past the grief really strengthened some of our friendships and made us see life in a different perspective. A lot of us in the group started turning our lives around because that's what our two friends would have wanted.
And SF was great! I've been a few times now but not too often. Big cities stress me out.-.