i haven’t posted anything personal up in here in a minute.
definitely couldn’t pass this one up though. Probably because I wanna look back at this and remember how i moved on from it.
Let me get one thing straight. Everybody knows nobody is perfect. We all make mistakes. We all could agree on…
Major props for this post Robby. Rarely do you ever see truly emotional posts like this on Tumblr. It takes a lot for us to admit our shortcomings sometimes, but I know that you’ll eventually get to where you need to be.
I thought when I was younger that I’d have my shit together and already graduate from college and have a job by the time I was my age, but things obviously didn’t work out that way. It’s not always about the destination or the goal, but it’s the journey to get to it that makes us who we are and makes it worth it. By the time I graduate (hopefully *crosses fingers*) I’ll be 26. I definitely didn’t think it’d take me 8 years to get my college degree after high school.
Then I think about all the great experiences I’ve had over the years, the people I’ve met, and how it all came together, and I think it worked out beautifully. Did my life happen the way I wanted it to? Not at all, but am I happy with the way things turned out? Absolutely. There would’ve been so much I would’ve missed out on had I not gone on this path and I think it all worked out for the better. You don’t always get what you want, but you do get what you need, that’s what’s more important. Think of all those great experiences/memories you have and what led you to it. Your time will come, I’m sure of it.
I don’t know if you checked this out Robby, but I reblogged this post not too long ago that talks about some similar territory. I thought it was a fascinating read on what the disappointments in life can ultimately lead you to.
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