Life of Mikala

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Mikala Hawaiian name (also translated: Michelle). Not Hawaiian, originally from the Philippines born and raised in the UK.

Passion does:
- Photography: black and white
- Music
- Reading
- Films
- Art: dark, mystic, surrealism, abstract, dadaism and fine art
- Travelling

Passiont does not:
- Cold weather
- Travel sickness
- Unecessary disturbing patterns on fine surfaces (lol)

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Who I am now hates who I was

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its a big statement, but deep down i know its true

I was:

-somebody who always wanted to be right in everything, never to be proven wrong, even though I was
-somebody who never took the time to help out someone in need
-somebody who would never listen to both sides of the story, always taking sides
-somebody who was insecure, had to bring people down to make self feel better
-somebody who was always co-dependant upon others
-somebody who was stubborn, impatient, selfish, lack of knowledge, obnoxious, narrow minded...a basic bitch

Now: Calm and breathing easy. I was growing,

I can finally breathe easy, take slow steps and admire the goings on around me. Now I can finally smile for all the right reasons. And when someone is in trouble, I help out NOT because I have to, but because I love to. I no longer care so much for material things, I no longer take thigns for granted and I appreciate everything right down the the smallest. I love my friends and my family who have been so true to me and helped me shape my character. It was so hard to be the person that I am today, it took many years of trials, tribulations and accepting truth that who I was, was a monster. No longer do I see myself above the rest, but see others as my inspiration and my encouragers. Unfortunately, not many people can accept change. I've noticed so many dwell on passed issues that it is so difficult to let go. I can only agree and say 'who I am hates who I was'. As the saying goes 'patience is of virute' and it is so right.
5th Feb 2008, 20:36   comments (0)

- this wasnt my dream, im letting fate take care of it

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Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won't feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine as children do. It's not just in some of us; it is in everyone. And as we let our own lights shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others. - quote

......welcome to my world please to meet you
3rd Feb 2008, 16:28   comments (5)