I hear gossips.
He has posted weird pictures, videos, and statuses on his social media. (Even myself, everybody has their own type of weirdness, at least. That is his.) Somebody told me, "He is gay."
This guy likes this girl. Now, she is taken. This guy has met her boyfriend once. He completely makes fun of her boyfriend as a shy, weird guy.
Somebody speculated about the North Bay Wildfires. He told me, "An Asian mafia gang started the fire. They get paid to do it. This gang has been going on since the 1970s."
Somebody disappointedly told me, “Mannn...Calvin Harris is mainstream now.” I honestly answered, “It is great. He is rich and famous now.”
When gossip occurs, this comes in my mind saying, "You cannot say what you do not know." (From James Franco's movie, "City by the Sea.")
Yes, I have thoughts in my head. I used to gossip all day. Truthfully, it was a way of bringing myself confidence. (Put others down as I boost my confidence.)
Now, I have learned how to manage my mind. (Be humble to others. Do not expect anything in return. Be your true-self. A good friend told me this.)
It is a waste of time to gossip all day. (I do not hate gossipers. This is only coming from my point of view. Be who you want to be.)
I rather chill and connect.
First and foremost, I am not here to preach you. (I do not want to be Mr. Know-It-All.)
It is up to you.
I can only tell you,
"Make the change, or stay the same. You choose your life. It is understanding who you are."
Blogger, College grad, Hiker, & Traveler.