As a human we live in a frustratingly limited world. To most of the people here, our world is referred to as "reality". It is in this restricting landscape that we meet our limits. Limits that are placed upon us by laws, which span from the law of gravity to the law of government. Most of us are not able to reach our full potential because of these limits, however there are those among us, known by various names, that are able to break free from our chains.
I am one of such people, and so are you. We go by many titles. Author, scribe, wordsmith, artist, and of course, writer. We are a collection of incredibly talented individuals that have the power to do anything we set our minds too. For us, there are no limits.
Words are our foundation. They are the tools that give us the ability to achieve endless possibilities. With their help we are able to create new worlds as well as end lives; cause people to fall in love as well as mourn over lost ones.
I can not stress this fact enough, You have so much power as one of us. Your strength is as limitless as both your imagination and your vocabulary. All things are achievable through a pen and paper.
Stay Strong Documentary
Yesterday at my friends house, we got onto the MTV website and found the "Stay Strong" documentary of Demi Lovato and why she went into treatment and all that. I won't type the whole movie out, but I would like to point out this one specific event:
• Her first thanksgiving after treatment (keep in mind, she had bulimia) she ate some (which I'm proud of) but not a whole lot of food. And well… she had decided to go straight into her "Unbroken" tour right after her release from the rehabilitation center. (Not a smart idea my child). She had a concert a couple days after thanksgiving and before that concert she was feeling sickly and bloated from eating so much on thanksgiving. She just wasn't feeling very up to singing and having a concert, but she was going to anyway. When she was walking towards the backstage area, this little (Indian, I'm guessing) girl came up to her and said "Demi, you gave me the self-confidence I needed to not wear my wig anymore."
*fights back happy sobs*
Later, during her concert, she called the girl up and told her she had given her the confidence to continue with her concert :)
Also: shout to Demi for (as of Monday) being THREE YEARS SOBER!!! *falls to ground sobbing*