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Points for everyone.

1) People are going to leave. Face the truth, whether you like it or not. Move on and make yourself happier.
2) You feel so much better when you release something out to another.
3) The point of life is to enjoy it. When you're elderly, you will look back on life. Do you want to disappoint your elder self? No? Then you better enjoy your life and what you have.
4) You can do anything. Our brains and bodies make us capable of any task or goal. By saying you can't do something, you are saying you will do nothing. You are simply preventing yourself from going towards your goal, or task.
5) To accomplish a goal, one must work towards it. Nothing is easy. 
6) Happiness is temporary, in the same way your body weight is temporary. In order to keep your body image, you must control the way you eat and work out as needed. You might eat some junk here and there, but you still keep your body image, as kept up with. Happiness is the same way -- if you want to keep happiness, you must work hard to not disappoint yourself, or avoid any of the sort. You might get sad here and there. This does not mean complete happiness is lost forever.
7) You are your best friend, trust me. When you are secure and confident, you are able to motivate yourself to do anything. It is easier to set goals for yourself. You become independent and life is so much easier.
8) In the end, it's all about you and no one else.

Please, if you ever need to talk to someone, I'm an open book. I will never judge anyone. I have been through a lot, family problems, bullying, etc. and I am very understanding of any situation, even things I haven't been through. Shoot me a comment and I'll give you my e-mail.

Here's a little information to introduce myself. My name is Savannah and my age will be kept secret. Your assumption of my age is probably way off. 

I produce quotes without fancy formats. I want my quotes to be quotes and appreciated for that.

Quotes by Tempest*

Hey, I'm the creator of the the contest "Apprecation, Respect and Acknowledgement. If you don't get this contest, then here's your explanation!

Basically, in this contest, you will write with constructive philosophy towards the respect of all kinds of people. What kinds of people are we talking about?
We're talking about the great, wide variety of people that cannot be concluded within a short essay. But to give some examples, we're talking about underweight, overweight, tall, short, Muslim, Christian, Buddhist, Jewish, African, Caucasian, Asian, Middle Eastern, European, gay, lesbian, pan, transgender, cisgender, straight, etc people. The goal of this contest is to gain wide respect and awareness that these people are normal people and have as much potential in life as you do. If this goes against your religion or beliefs, then this may not be the contest for you. It is simply to raise equality.  I also feel the need to mention that this can include acknowledgement of bullies or those who get bullied. This is for the apprecation, respect and/or acknowledgement of all different kinds of people.

How your quote will be judged:

1) Constructive structure of a quote or poem is used.
2) Addresses respect and apprecation of different kinds of people and acknowledges the many different kinds.
3) Vocabulary words are used.
4) The quote of your own work and no one elses.

Here are examples of quotes that would fit in this contest:

"We become not a melting pot but a beautiful mosaic. Different people, different beliefs, different yearnings, different hopes, different dreams." - Jimmy Carter

"You have to get along with people, but you also have to recognize that the strength of a team is different people with different perspectives and different personalities." - Steve Case

"A different world cannot be built by indifferent people." - Peter Marshall

"Different people get different things out of the images. It doesn't matter what it's about, all that matters is how it makes you feel." - Adam Jones

If you're not sure if your quote fits the criteria, post it and I will comment on all quotes saying if it fits or not. Happy wittying!
In the end, it's all about you and you only. You are with yourself in the end.
Do not keep people or things in your life if they are stressing you. If you hurt someone, that's their problem. Your happiness is your own and it shouldn't be shared or rely on someone or something else other than yourself.
It's okay to smother your face in makeup as long as you're okay with looking at the natural you as well. If it makes you more confident, then it's okay. I know this is the case for me and I don't prefer putting makeup on my face, but I do since it makes me more confident and love myself. Don't be ashamed if it's the same case for you. It's probably the same case for some others, too.

Family problems, physical problems, mental problems, social problems, you name it and I have it.
I'm surrounded by problems, but somehow, I manage to be happy.


The point of life isn't to impact on the world,
rather it is to make an impact on yourself. 


If you were put in a position to kill one person in order to save the lives of one hundred other people, could you kill?

Everyone in the situation is completely innocent. Answer in comments.
Don't make a bucket list for this year and not complete it. You are capable of doing anything. Our brains and bodies make us capable of doing any simple action. This includes working towards big goals, or even small goals. This being said, it is possible for you to complete your bucket list. You are just preventing yourself from doing it. Make better of yourself this year, change yourself in positive ways and work towards happiness.
Don't like someone because they're ugly? Okay.
Don't like someone because they're fat? Okay.
Don't like someone because they're 'fake'? Okay.
Don't like someone because they're skinny? Okay. 
Don't like someone because they're annoying? Okay.
Don't like someone because they're weird? Okay.
Don't like someone because of any other reason? Okay, fair.

You don't like that person, it's just your personality and brain being against such, at the age you are, and the environment you grew up in. But there is no need to tell them that you dislike them because of such. Everyone deserves to have their problems kept at a minimum. 
I thank every indiviual that was involved in my past,  the present and the near future, whether their actions and roles are positive or negative. I gained, and thrived into the confident person I am today.
Sure, you are wealthier, you have a stable family, lots of friends, the "popular" girl, and apparently "better" than me, I know that. But there is no reason to rub it in my face.