This week has been a very philosophical one for me. Don't ask about it, you wouldn't want to know. I don't really know how to begin this post. It has been a really weird week for me. Ever since this new UNI semester started I haven't stopped doing things, working on new projects, studying and joining clubs I didn't even know that existed. I mean, I never thought about acting or debating and now I'm currently doing both things so you know, life is a journey. I've taken a statics test, read a book written by William Faulkner (The Sound and the Fury, fyi) and solved a constitutional amendment case without any problems. Most importantly, I've survived.
To be honest, I didn't know what to talk about on this week's post until I came across with a few quotes I really really like. These three quotes have helped me figure what I want to do and what I think of all things I've experienced.
When 2015 ended I realized I hadn't read as much as I would want to and when I saw this quote whilst doing some research for a paper I knew it was time to make time for reading. This little challenge I've set myself has been a blast and I've really enjoyed reading classics such as Romeo & Juliet or Little Women.
One of the best quotes I've ever read. Violence does not always involve hands and verbal violence is something all of us have experienced. I do think and believe that actions speak louder than words. The important people in my life are still beside me because their actions have actually spoken louder than their words. I mean, who doesn't love silence? If it feels awkward to communicate with someone through gestures then don't bother, it's not worth it your time.
Life is challenge and I'm willing to take it. I do believe a little pressuring is not bad at all and working hard assures you're doing things the right way. "If you want to be a journalist it's OK, but you have to be the best journalist".