Where There are People, There are Habits

People come and go. As they do, they bring so much stuff with them. Souvenirs, trends, memories, and what I’m going to go on and on about, habits.

Everyone has a habit. It could be something small and temporary, like saying the same response.

Example #1

“Can you pass the salt, my food needs some salt man!”

“I already told you after the eighth time, too much salt is bad for you!”

Later on~

“Can you pass the pepper?”

“Didn’t you hear me? Salt is too bad for- oh wait. Pepper? Oh, okay. Here you go.”

Or habits could occur as something that could affect many people.

Example #2

“Woah, woah,woah. Why are you in my house, which the method you used is called intruding, cleaning my bookshelf that I told you never to touch at 6 am?”

“You know how I went by your house last night? Well, I saw your dirty¬†bookshelf and I spent all night thinking about the dust and germs on it! I even had a nightmare about it! Dude, I have to clean this now. You’re lucky I even came here at 6. I would have come at 2.”

“Ugh, clean freak. Fine go on and clean but don’t you dare touch by signed Heroes of Olympus series, because if you do…” *grabs knife*

Okay, so maybe that goes a bit overboard, but habits can affect others around you. For instance, bad habits like ones that should never be done. Smoking, drugs, fooling around with the laws and people. Those stuff leads to dirty, nasty habits that should have stopped once introduced. Then your habits can spread to the people around you and next you know, everyone has the same ugly habit.

However, there are good habits. Ones that should be spread over the world. If you’re Catholic or Christian, then my grandma will be a good person to introduce you to. She is a very big person in religion and every time she comes over, she brings good habits along with her. She reminds and prays the rosary with us because we slack off on that. She tells us stories of God and knows many answers to any question we give her. No wonder she was a teacher.

Please, please don’t get into those bad habits, okay? Go for the nice ones. The nice ones will lead you to a good life. A life full of happiness and peace (hopefully). Stay away from the baddies!


Guys, let’s face reality here: the world fucking sucks. I’m pretty sure you heard of that already and how unfair it is but today it truly hit me hard of how much it sucks.

Everyone experiences pain. Emotionally or physical pain. Either way, you feel it hurts you messing up of you who are. A lot of people give into this pain by taking drugs, doing crimes and hurting themselves or worst.

Right here, right now, I just want to say: stop. Stop giving in. Don’t stop fighting against it. Never stop. If you stop, if you give up, then you just lost your motivation of living a happy peaceful life.

If you stop fighting, the people who loves you will also be hurt. You may take most of the damage but your love ones are hurting because you are.

Don’t ruin your life by inflicting pain upon yourself and taking drugs. At that point, it may have seem the best option but in fact it’s the worst. Drugs and self- harm are the worst possible way of solving a problem. It may have felt good and made you feel better but later you will regret it. Why are you giving yourself pain when others are unknowingly being given worst. Those people are receiving diseases and the true unfairness of how the people in this world is.

If you think the world is unfair because of some stupid thing remember: someone always has it worst so be glad.

This week at my school is Red Ribbon Week where we say no to drugs. Although that’s the main, general message, right now I believe there is should be something more to that. I believe that’s it more like say no to drugs and never say stop to life.