In this world many people’s ambition in life is to make money, and lots of it. The live their lives striving to achieve this goal ignoring pretty much everything around them because they’re working. I don’t see any sense in it. You make money to spend it, a vicious cycle that never stops. Now you’re sucked in, you sacrificed everything to acheive wealth which is when you realise – you’re not happy. Buying new clothes, gadgets, cars etc. gives you happiness momentarily – it’s not going to last. If one day your wealth disappears, what do you have left? No matter what you own, money does not equal happiness . Get a real goal, one that will give you satisfaction in the long run. Do not settle for the shallow joy material things give you – that’s not real happiness.


Viva le Révolution

For some odd reason exams relax me. It’s like there’s no turning back now, what I know is what I know. Didn’t study? Wow, too bad cause there’s nothing you can do now. I make up the most and the best stories when I am in an exam. I did my first big state exams a couple of weeks ago and to be honest my friends and I had the time of our lives. There’s no point in worrying and stressing over something that in 10/20 years time will have absolutely no effect on your life. my advice for people doing exams is to chill. Lay back, drink some water, watch a movie, just whatever makes you relax. Young people are not robots, we need to relax. Anyone who knows me knows that I’m against school and the educational system (at least the one in my country) because of the fact that we are treated like robots who should waste their youth in a building learning things that will never genuinely help them in life ( I’m looking at you Pythagoras). If we do have to get an education, I would rather learn how to change a tire or manage money. Teaching young people skills necessary for life is not a waste of time, teaching them how granite forms is.