Me, my camera and my purity ring.
Teens do not value purity anymore, well I do. I believe that we should only have sex after marriage with our future spouse. Your significant other should respect that and if they don’t want you enough to value your beliefs.
I would write a longer post but I’m sleepy so maybe next time :)
If ever there was a moment of total transformation Judith Dianne, it was the moment of your birth. In that instant, you stepped through a door in time into a new reality — the reality of human life. The most important number in your numerology chart is based on the date of your birth, the moment when the curtain goes up in your life.
Even at that moment, you were a person with your own unique character, as unique as your DNA. Everything that is you existed in potential, much like a play that is about to begin. Your entire life exists as a potential that has been prepared for. Judith Dianne, you have ultimate freedom to do with your life as you like: To fulfill its potential completely, or to make some smaller version of yourself. It all depends upon your effort and commitment.
You make the decisions to fulfill, to whatever extent, the potential life that exists within you. That is your choice. In this sense, the possible you is implicit during the moment of your birth.
The Life Path number gives us a broad outline of the opportunities, challenges, and lessons we will encounter in this lifetime. Your Life path is the road you are traveling. It reveals the opportunities and challenges you will face in life. Your Life Path number is the single most important information available in your Personality Chart!
Judith Dianne, you are the philanthropist, humanitarian, socially conscious, and are deeply concerned about the state of the world. You have great compassion and idealism. You are a utopian, and will spend your life trying to realize some aspect of your utopian dream, sacrificing money, time, and energy for a better world. It is in giving that you will find much satisfaction.
You have a broad outlook on life. You tend to see the big picture, rather than the minute details. You naturally attract people from all walks of life who can fit into your larger plans and take over the areas you find uninteresting. The person with a 9 Life Path is rarely prejudiced or accepts social biases of people. Instead, they evaluate people on the basis of what they can do for the larger cause. They are the true egalitarian.
Judith Dianne, you are imaginative and creative, especially at harmoniously arranging the beauty already potential in the environment. These abilities can lead you into such fields as interior decorating, landscape art, and photography. But because of your strong social consciousness, you can be an effective politician, lawyer, judge, minister, teacher, healer, and environmentalist. Vocations that require self- sacrifice and have a clear social impact are common among 9s.
You are often disappointed by the realities of life: the shortcomings of others, or of yourself. Somehow, you don’t want to accept the imperfections of the world, a feeling that drives you constantly to try to improve upon it. But rather than be satisfied with your efforts, and those of others, you relentlessly push on, striving for greater accomplishments.
You are often unsatisfied with the results. In short, you lack the perspective that would otherwise make it possible for you to enjoy life more fully, and accept its natural limitations. You have a controlled enthusiasm and the ability to finish what you start.
A key to your personality is the necessity of sacrifice. You have to learn to let go of material possessions and relationships, the inherent lesson being that holding on too tightly to anything causes pain.
Money comes to you through mysterious or unexpected ways: inheritance; the benevolence of someone who was inspired by your work; or a lucky investment. Conversely, if you pursue money for its own sake, after giving up on your larger dreams, you’re likely to find yourself empty handed.
The most successful and satisfying road for a nine is giving; sharing and sacrificing for a larger goal, without expecting anything in return. Judith Dianne, your greatest chance at success is to tie your personal fortunes to an endeavor that makes the world a better place for others. Very often, this turns into a highly successful and lucrative enterprise, providing amply for you and your family. Your life rests on the axiom that the more you give, the bigger your reward.
You are romantic, but your love is more impersonal. You tend to be focused on your dreams.
When you are not in harmony with your true nature, you can fall to moodiness, or become aloof, and withdrawn. You can become timid, uncertain, and ungrateful, putting the blame for your troubles on others or the world.
You have a gift for examining your life objectively, and at some distance. Be honest with yourself. By openly facing your shortcomings, as well as your strengths, you develop equilibrium. You are thus able to love and better understand yourself and all of life.
for an ugly person my standards are unrealistically high
I’m having a bad day. I get upset over little things, I’m such a disappointment and I miss my kuya so much :(
It is sad and increasingly disturbing to read the number of letters and messages I receive from mostly young women (and women alike) that are getting burned by guys after having sex.
Forget for a second the fact that you can catch a disease or make a baby from the activity…what I would…
“Maybe this is what the Mayans predicted. Not an asteroid or a solar flare, but the end of what we are. We no longer cherish life, or the other people, or even the earth or the animals or the resources put on it. War. Genocide. Abuse. Senseless mass murder. Animal cruelty. Gluttony. Greed. Waste. And lust. Look around you, the end of the world is already here.”
Summer was in bloom
Our lives intertwined that day
Our worlds had collide
Relationships are messy, feelings get hurt.
How do some people get into relationships so easily? I don’t get it. Why is it so hard for me? It would take so much for me to fall. And even more to make me fall out. Is a relationship supposed to be hard work? Someone, tell me. I’ve been hearing about complications of relationships and honestly, I don’t want one. EVER. I’d rather be miserable alone. Nah, just kidding.
I’ve seen relationships that were easy. Where they would fit in each other lives right away, like the missing puzzle piece. Where there were hardly any arguments, only blissful moments wrapped with smiles and cuddles. But guess what? Those relationships didn’t last. In the end, one always got bored. One would lose the spark, lose the passion.
I’ve also seen relationships where all they did was fight. They were always in each other’s throats. People say that it’s good to fight with someone, it basically means you care, you’re communicating. But it’s exhausting to fight all the time and it’s exhausting to build the relationship and bring it down again.
How hard should a relationship be? Should you feel stressed out all the time? Shouldn’t you feel maddening joy and euphoria when you’re around that certain person? Shouldn’t you miss them when they’re not around? I have no idea. All I know is, there has to be this balance. You don’t wanna be in a relationship that makes you sad more than it makes you happy. You have to weigh out the pros and cons of that relationship, decide if its worth it and if you’re thinking whether its still worth it. Its probably not. That decision is up to you.