I had planned what I really wanted to talk about this week. It is all written out, beautifully so if I might add, but it is missing one special piece which I cannot go without. It is due to that special piece that we will table it for now; it shall remain hidden for later exposure.
I wish to treat this post like an interval and an activity that I would like for everyone to participate it. If you are reading this, you are already in! I will not police anyone, but I hope that as young adults, you can hold yourself accountable to completing the activity, or risk breaking my heart.
I have a thing for quotes. I feel like there is a quote for literally everything and anything. Either that or literally anything can be quoted and used to support a statement – a movie, a song, a book, someone famous, someone not famous. People even quote themselves, I assume it brings a sense of establishment “Yeah, I sound freaking awesome” – Gugu, get my point.
We all have used quotes for various reasons such as: To justify. To substantiate. To make our high school speeches sound dope (been there, especially as either an opening or closing to the argument, extra points if it was said by Nelson Mandela or Martin Luther King). Sometimes we live by them to help us define who we are. And that’s the activity!! Simple actually.
Tell me who you are by a quote that best describes you and/or what you stand for. You may quote anyone, including yourself but it must be in the comments section below. Scroll all the way down till you see this ‘Leave a Reply’ box
and tell me who you are in a quote.
I look forward to knowing you😄. Remember, it is like the Mafia😉
P.S. I would like to share some quotes on my Instagram page so you are welcome to add your handle if you want to be tagged.
Thank you in advance for participating!