The Diary of a Late Bloomer (183)

Mr. Curious, I need some inspiration.
It’s my birthday and I cannot find no cause for celebration.

The girl who carries on

She learnt by then. The skies still lay bare its usual everyday color. The sun rises and sets in its regular order. That’s how she tries to understand how things work in silence. She carries out the spark along with her solitary soul, along with the dreams she holds dear. She finds a blessing indisguise the non-existent of significant other, she can focus on the pursuit and learn to let loose that what meant to be will work out perfectly. She doesn’t lose faith of the other half, someday, along the way.


The scenario is grave, but I’ll be braver when you save me
From this situation laden with hearsay.

Advertisements

17 Signs You’re What’s Known As An ‘Indigo Child’ | Thought Catalog

https://thoughtcatalog.com/christine-stockton/2016/03/17-signs-youre-whats-known-as-an-indigo-child/

1. You’ve never understood people who can be cold and calculating. Indigo children are identified because they are born with more empathy than past generations. At times, they can feel like they’re a totally different species because unlike so many other people, they can’t compartmentalize their feelings enough to treat people badly for an extended period of time.

2. You feel more than other people. You cry when movies are sad and belly laugh when they are funny. Whatever emotion you are feeling in the current moment, you feel it fully. Indigo children have “advanced emotions.” They are so attuned to inner-self that every feeling that bubbles to the surface feels more potent than it does for others.

3. At times, you struggle with being a pushover. This same sensitivity to the feelings of others causes problems in situations where there may be conflict. While indigo children are independent, they also feel for everyone and don’t want to upset or disappoint others.

4. You struggled in school. While indigo children are highly intelligent, the way their mind works doesn’t conform to traditional ways of thinking. They don’t do well with rigid structure, because they don’t understand the need for it. Take an indigo child who is struggling in a traditional school into a less structured school and they will thrive. This is why it’s common to see indigo children who are voracious readers (curious and intelligent) but who have trouble reading what is assigned for their classes. For them to be successful, they have to be somewhat self-directed.

5. You’ve always had a strong desire to understand how things work. One of the main indicators of an indigo child is someone born with a much higher than normal sense of curiosity. Indigo children want to understand everything. They are the kids who can’t stop asking ‘why?’ While others will accept a trope answer, indigos want to dig below the surface until they truly understand the thing in question.

6. You’ve never been quite “normal.”Indigos often feel like outsiders growing up because their openness and empathy set them apart from how others feel, think, and act. Especially for children, this can be a hard time of learning how to trust your instincts.

7. You have a strong drive to find purpose in life.
Indigo children are concerned with making life meaningful. Unlike people who are obsessed with career or financial success or thrill-seeking or even nihilism, the motivating force in an indigo’s life is that they have a sense of fulfilling their “purpose” in being born.

Let’s deal with it!

The Diary of a Late Bloomer (182)


She’s so big hearted
But not so remarkable
Just an ordinary humble girl
Expecting nothing as we’re made to think
It’s a pretty person’s world

I have a dream, and I’m walking it

It has been my long held dream to be a writer (a novelist, content writer or journalist) and an English Teacher. And I can not get anymore fullfilling than this as I’m currently walking my dream as a content writer in a reputable and well-established company. I’m still learning and I’m glad, the place teaches me a lot that I can not probably return in equal amount. The salary is beside the point, I need it, but it is to be able to walk this phase what makes grateful the most, it has been a blessing to me, I don’t dare to ask for more. While I have been through a lot to reach this point, I wish I could share this happiness with you, but I know, you will be proud of me as well, right? My dear future lover! How are you? I miss you.


Don’t believe in leaving normal
Just to satisfy demand
When nobody’s checking the deeds you’ve done
And nobody’s hearing your cries

stand up tall and get real
And see the beauty in ugly