Life lent me lemons and I laboured ladelling lemonade laden with the lemons life lent laboriously to me.
Esperanto was supposed to be a universal second language, uniting people all over the world with it’s simple structure and constant grammar rules. You see, unlike English with its higgledy-piggledy of exceptions-to-the-rule or Spanish where adjectives change form according to the gender of the noun, Esperanto is a constant language. There is only one way to write nouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs, tenses, what-have-you.
If there are so many people saying Thank You, there’s just as many ways to say it! Here, I’ve compiled a list of 26 ways, and how to pronounce them (as best I understood).
Sure, it does show that reaching out to others is important, but for people who actually are suicidal, it seems to just tell them to wait for people to reach out. Build more walls, even when you go to a counsellor specifically to get help. Wait for them to read your mind. I know it’s hard to tear down those walls and open up, but it makes it seem impossible.
My 9 years old sister had been pestering me for Mother’s Day gift ideas for a while, but I had a different plan in mind. “Why don’t we take over the cooking for one day?”
The day has ended with a very slight burn on my right index finger, a lot of happy faces, and, thankfully, no ashes of a burnt-down house.
You, yes you, you are a rainbow, and so am I. You won’t always shine, you won’t always be visible to everyone, but even through the rain you of difficulties you can manage to shine through. It won’t happen every time, but trust me, sometimes it will. Not everyone will be able to see you, but you impact those who will.
And it is those times that matter.
“OPEN THIS EMAIL NOW OR DIE TONIGHT AT 1”
There’s just something unsettling about that. Which is why I was reluctant to open this.