Out of ten people in this world, you can fully trust, rely, and believe in one person. Out of ten people in this world, there’s only one that can destroy you. Remember the day you had to adapt to a new environment and there were these people who introduced themselves as your friends?
Remember the day you had no one to sit with at lunch so you asked if you could join them and they accepted it? Remember the day you chose something for yourself and they claimed that you were selfish? How about the day you felt beautiful and they called you ugly? How about the day you made something beautiful, they borrowed it for a while, and criticized it because of a minor flaw?
There’s only one in ten people that can destroy you. No matter how hard you try to be good, that person will look for a weak spot and take advantage of it. If they don’t, they’ll make fun of it. Either way, you lose.
Some lessons of life are learned the hard way, and practicing them can be harder. To practice them, a great amount of discipline is needed.
Discipline can move mountains. It takes a while for you to realize that you’re almost over.
It takes a few words to be devastated, one situation to lose hope, one plan to do whatever it takes to achieve your goal, one person to ruin them.
Out of ten people in this world, the eleventh is whom you should trust and confide with : yourself. Some may think that you’ll become an island if you do so, and you will. You always learn a lot more when you’re exposed to a different environment, whether you’re alone or not. Even a lonely island has a storm to overcome and parasites to bear with in the form of paramoeba.