“Some people learn from mistakes and don’t repeat them, Others try to block the memories and just delete them But I keep them as a reminder theyre not killing me, And I thank God for teaching me humility So remember when you fight to be free, To see things how they are, and not how you like them to be Pessimism is an emotion, not a philosophy Knowing what’s wrong, doesn’t imply that you right”—Immortal Technique
“Hold the person that you love closely if they’re next to you
The one you love, not the person that’ll simply have sex with you
Appreciate them to the fullest extent, and then beyond
‘Cause you never really know what you got, until it’s gone.”—You Never Know- Immortal Technique
Story of my life and the lessons I had to grow to learn. Thankfully I never let the one I love go. Westcoast
“When you love someone, you see yourself as the best that you’ll ever be through their eyes. You see yourself as the strongest, as the prettiest or the most handsome. You know, the person believes in you so much, that you believe in yourself. And that’s why you feel like you’re leaving a part of yourself when you leave that person. Because technically you are - you’re leaving what you see yourself as. Trick is, to love yourself someday, so much, that you actually don’t need someone else to justify what you are or who you are, but someone that compliments who you are. Someone that’s willing to grow with you. And if you can’t find someone like that, well then…Welcome to the rest of the world.” — Immortal Technique
The INTJ is the most self-confident and pragmatic of all types. Decisions come very easily and they are very independent. They love logic and ideas and are drawn to scientific research. 1% of the total population.
INTJs’ precision thinking and need for accuracy causes them to be inflexible at times. Having thought out a strategy, the INTJ may stubbornly disregard those who they think have not spent as much time reflecting on an idea as they have. This, along with their drive to produce something significant, can make them demanding and difficult. If their plans and solutions fall short of their high standards, INTJ’s feel pressured — as if everything is on the line. “Everything,” for an INTJ, is the competence and ability to produce something significant. Fear of not living up to this expectation will increase their stress and possibly dissuade them from risking or trying out their ideas. They may then find themselves thinking about ideas that do not have a meaningful or productive end.
When stress increases, the INTJ can become argumentative and disagreeable. Social interaction, which is not their strength, becomes increasingly difficult for them. Not trusting their own abilities, they become preoccupied with obsessive notions. The INTJ may then find themselves spending an inordinate amount of time fighting horrible thoughts, tempting absurdities, and feelings of worthlessness. Fearful of others recognizing their perceived failure, the INTJ incessantly ruminates about mistakes, inadequacies, weaknesses, ineptness, and incompetence. Because this distracts them from risking what little confidence they may have left in themselves, it therefore keeps them from obtaining the success and achievement they so desperately need.
Sometimes I think that you have to have some one to push you into your fears and face your demons in order for you to finally see how much you’ve truly grown.And when that person pushes you, dont turn around and unleash your pain on them, thank them cause the dark shadows we shelter cant survive coming to light. Love tha person forever case there one of a kind.